The Great Free Outdoors
 Westbrook

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Pocket Parks

Bicentennial Park - Grassy park behind Hannaford’s supermarket contains a skate park with multiple ramps, a dog park, woods, and a small pond.

Blue Note Park - Small urban hardscape with a few benches and planters on 866 Main St.

 

Parks, Trails & Woods

 

Cornelia Warren Memorial Trail - Not much is published about a trail that follows the Presumpscot River about a mile between Ash St. and Cumberland St. Got info? Contact me.

 

Pride Preserve - A 3.5 mile trail network through 188 acres of forest and wetlands. Also connects to the Hardy Road Conservation Area trail network in adjacent Falmouth.

Sebago to the Sea Trail - A 28 mile trail connecting Sebago Lake to Casco Bay winding through six towns: Standish, Windham, Gorham, Westbrook, Falmouth, and Portland. See map sections 4, 4a, and 5 for walking, biking, and paddling trails through Westbrook. See also Presumpscot River Paddling Trail.

Westbrook City Forest - A 3 mile network of trails behind Westbrook’s Wescott Community Center. Popular with mountain bikers, the Rocky Hill Trail is rated Black Diamond.

 

By the Water

Conant Property - Riverfront conservation land includes a mile of trail, meadows, and views of the river.

Mill Brook Preserve North - Four season, 6 mile trail system follows the Mill Brook and offers cross country skiing and snowshoeing in winter.

Mill Brook Preserve South - Four season, 1.5 mile loop trail that includes a spur trail to Mill Brook offers cross country skiing and snowshoeing in winter.

Presumpscot River Trail (Westbrook) - Rural wooded 2.5 mile path follows the river over a mile between Portland and Westbrook and connects to Riverton Trolley Park.

Riverbank Park - Waterfront park on Presumpscot River with large grassy area, large playground, military statue, and kayaks for hire.

Suckfish Brook Conservation Area (Westbrook) -  A 94 acre parcel bordering Falmouth and Westbrook that features a brook, peat bog, beaver pond, and woodland trails winding through the forest. See also Suckfish Brook Conservation Area (Falmouth)

Westbrook River Walk - One mile pedestrian river walk behind downtown Westbrook follows the Presumpscot River and features a boardwalk, footbridge over the river, and good views of Saccarappa Falls.

Sports & Recreation

Bicentennial Skate Park - This skate park with multiple ramps and rails is located in a bigger grassy park containing a dog park, woods, and small pond.

Cornelia Warren Four Season Rink - A four season rink on Lincoln Street hosts basketball, dodgeball, flag football, futsal, lacrosse, pickleball, street hockey, and ultimate frisbee. In winter, the lighted court converts to a place for ice hockey and ice skating. 

East Bridge Street Skating Ring & Ball Park - Municipal field with baseball/softball diamond and soccer field. Skating rink in winter.

Fraser Softball Field - One softball field.

Presumpscot River Paddling Trail - Presumpscot River Paddling Trail – This 25 mile, one way trip downriver winds through the towns of Windham, Standish, Westbrook, Falmouth, Gorham, and Portland ending at a coastal estuary. Trail can be done in one trip or in sections. The Westbrook section has six canoe/kayak boat launches for easy access.

Tennis Facility - Four outdoor tennis courts next to the high school.

Warren Little League Complex - Multiple softball and baseball fields.

Westbrook City Forest - A 3 mile network of trails behind Westbrook’s Wescott Community Center. Popular with mountain bikers, the Rocky Hill Trail is rated Black Diamond.

          Dog Parks

Bicentennial Dog Park - Located in Bicentennial Park, a 50’x90’ fenced area for dogs is adjacent to the local skate park.

          Playgrounds

Riverbank Park - Waterfront park on the Presumpscot River with ample grassy area and large playground with slides, swings, and jungle gyms.

 

          Winter Recreation

Cornelia Warren Four Season Rink - A four season rink on Lincoln Street hosts basketball, dodgeball, flag football, futsal, lacrosse, pickleball, street hockey, and ultimate frisbee. In winter, the lighted court converts to a place for ice hockey and ice skating. 

East Bridge Street Skating Ring & Ball Park - Municipal field with baseball/softball diamond and soccer field. Skating rink in winter.

Mill Brook Preserve North - Four season, 6 mile trail system follows the Mill Brook and offers cross country skiing and snowshoeing in winter.

Mill Brook Preserve South - Four season, 1.5 mile loop trail which includes a spur trail to Mill Brook offers cross country skiing and snowshoeing in winter.

Stroudwater Ice Skating Rink - Lighted outdoor ice skating rink with warming hut.