Lewiston-Auburn Greenway Trails
View Connector Trails
The Waterfront trails can be accessed from multiple points in downtown Lewiston and Auburn.
West Pitch Park is accessed from Great Falls Plaza behind the Hilton Garden Inn in Auburn.
The Riverwalk Trail section in Auburn can be found directly parallel to Miller Street.
Bonney Park in Auburn can be accesed off Maine Street or Newbury Street.
The entrance to Railroad Park can be found just off of Oxford Street in Lewiston.
Gateway Park is located behind the car wash on Water Street.
Located behind the Hilton Garden Inn near the Great Falls of the Androscoggin River, West Pitch Park heads north on a gravel path that loops up a hillside with views of the five waterfalls on a platform perched above the the river. Heading south on the paved path the Riverwalk Trail crosses underneath Court Street in Auburn and continues behind Festival Plaza (look for the huge colorful canopies during the summer and fall months). Canoe rentals are available here in the summer to explore the river on water. The path meanders by the Androscoggin River and provides beautiful views of the Twin Cities, gardens, outdoor art, and benches. The trail continues to an T intersection in Bonney Park. Heading right here follows a paved path across Main Street in to Moulton Park. Taking a left leads on towards the Lewiston side via the railroad trestle, which spills into Lewiston’s Railroad Park, the site of numerous festivals and events. Continuing through Railroad Park north the trail winds through Gateway Park and past Main Street in Lewiston to Veterans Memorial Park with expansive views of Great Falls. The James B. Longley Bridge on Main Street can then be used to cross the Androscoggin back to the starting point in Auburn.
Androscoggin Land Trust
86 Main Street, Suite 201
PO Box 3145
Auburn, ME 04212
Phone: (207) 782-2302
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