Bradbury Mountain is proudly open all-year, from 9am till sunset (unless otherwise posted).This is a wonderful place to spend a day or afternoon exploring trails, taking in the magnificent view from the summit, or enjoying a picnic under a canopy of trees. One of the original five state parks, Bradbury Mountain was acquired by the Federal government in 1939.
This is a rugged trail that includes a shore walk along tidal Strawberry Creek and spectacular views from 150-foot cliffs overlooking Long Reach. Unbroken preserved forest stretches to the east and south of Long Reach. The reach itself is a submerged valley that is now tidal mudflats. Across the Reach is the 90-acre Long Reach Preserve.
This pedestrian suspension bridge is over 330 feet long and very narrow. Though the bridge has been repaired a few times over the years, and many parts have been replaced, the cables are original to the 19th-century structure. The bridge was built by John A Roebling’s Sons Company, the same firm that constructed the Brooklyn Bridge. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
The Androscoggin Brunswick-Topsham Riverwalk is a year-round, in-town walking loop, 1.25 miles long. Fully accessible paths, including sidewalks in the more urban portions of the route, cross the Frank J. Wood Bridge and the historic Androscoggin Swinging Bridge along the Androscoggin River in both Brunswick and Topsham.