Androscoggin Riverlands State Park Open all year; 9:00 a.m. to sunset daily unless otherwise signed at gate. No fee is currently charged at this park.
The park is gated and accessible only for foot traffic between the end of snowmobile season and May 15. Visitors enjoy the Androscoggin Riverlands year-round, with skiers and snowmobilers using the trails in winters and a mix of hiking, boating and ATVs in warmer seasons (ATV use is allowed only between May 15 and December 15, unless otherwise posted). Hunting is popular on these lands so be sure to wear highly visible clothing in the fall.
Lying near Maine's second largest urban area (Lewiston/Auburn), Androscoggin Riverlands State Park is a 2,675-acre expanse with 12 miles of river frontage. More than half of Maine's population lives within an hour drive of this park, which is the fifth largest in the State. An extensive trail network and undeveloped lands offer abundant recreational opportunities and habitat for wildlife. The park is part of the larger Androscoggin Greenway and the Androscoggin River Water Trail.
On March 10th 2016 Jason Tardy ran the 9 mile distance (North to South) in the time of 1:54:10 from bulletin board to bulletin board using the Old River Road Trail.
Notes: Conditions were "fun" with mostly ice covered trails, slick mud, sink holes, .........and I lost my phone for about 20 minutes! I know I can beat this but this was my attempt and every run has its challenges....some more then others. The trail is not well marked but mostly you will see signs for LOOPTRAIL 35 which a lot of the Old River Road Trail follows. androscogginriverlandsmap.pdf (808.57 KB)