National Parks / Natural World

Orono Bog Board Walk Bangor

Where is it at?

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Orono Bog Board Walk
Bangor City Forest
Tel: 207 942 1010

Where are we going today?

Bangor City Forest and Orono Bog Boardwalk is a 1 mile nature trail suitable for all ages and mobility levels.

The scenic raised boardwalk offers a low level canopy tour with outstanding views of nature and indiginous wildlife the whole family wil enjoy.

The structure is littered with artistically presented information boards detailing things you should be able to see from those positions, leading to some great spotting competitions and almost accidental learning.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree so far as we know!

When can we go?

Monday through Sunday 7am to 6:30pm. May 1st through late November.

The Weather


Conditions: Snow
Temp: 38° F / 3° C
Humidity: 80 %
Wind: WNW - 4 MPH


Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 38° F / 3° C
Humidity: 74 %
Wind: N - 4 MPH


Conditions: Mostly Cloudy
Temp: 41° F / 5° C
Humidity: 78 %
Wind: W - 4 MPH

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