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Bästa parkerna i Portland

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“Home to Portland Head Light, thought to be the most photographed lighthouse in America. With over 90 acres of recreational space, there are opportunities to picnic, fly a kite, stroll paths, tour the arboretum, walk the cliffside loop, explore the rocky beach, and enjoy the playground. There are four vendors in the park during the season offering crepes, lobster rolls, sandwiches and gelato.”
81lokala rekommendationer
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“The Eastern Promenade is accessible on foot or by bike via the Portland Trails network which goes around back cove. The Eastern Promenade is home to East End Beach (a rocky beach) and a large park set on a hill overlooking the ocean. A great place to fly kites, picinic or just relax and enjoy the view.”
41lokala rekommendationer
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“Portland Breakwater Light (also known as Bug Light) marks the eastern terminus of the Greenbelt Walkway and is a great destination for a waterside walk, picinicing and kite-flying. Bug light park is also a busy boat launching area, where you can sit and watch the ships, lobster boats, and sailboats go by all day long.”
42lokala rekommendationer
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“Large grassy park with ponds. It's a nice quiet place to read a book. 5 minute walk ”
45lokala rekommendationer
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“Maine's most famous lighthouse, Portland Headlight is located in this free park. This spot is picturesque and wonderful for picnics, walks and exploring the historic forts.”
22lokala rekommendationer
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“This is a wonderful place for a walk, wild turkey sighting and has a nice gift shop. ”
15lokala rekommendationer
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“Take a walk or go for a jog in Portland's beautiful, quiet West End neighborhood capped off by the Western Promenade overlooking the working waterfront. The West End has been called one of the best preserved Victorian neighborhoods in the country.”
15lokala rekommendationer
Park
“Close walk to the north. Cross Stevens Ave for a longer walk in Evergreen Cemetery”
12lokala rekommendationer
Dog Run
“Bike path 5.6 miles from Scarborough town line through South Portland and you can make your way over the Casco Bay Bridge to Portland. ”
10lokala rekommendationer
Forest
“Part of the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust property. This is a wonderful and diverse beautiful woodland, with a stream waterfall. Great for dragonfly watching. Its our favorite for winter skating on the river along the hiking trail. ”
6lokala rekommendationer
Coworking Space
“Portland has an incredible trails system including many trails through and around our neighborhood. Many of the trails were built and continue to be maintained by one of our dear friends who works for this great organization. (and, *shameless plug alert* your host Peter, built some of the stone work of the East End trails). go for a walk ! ”
3lokala rekommendationer
Dog Run
“Huge park with fields, trails, and ponds. Off-leash allowed (park is not fenced in, so be sure your pup has good recall!)”
6lokala rekommendationer
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“Not to be missed. Just 120 steps from your front door. Free concerts each Thursday evening July-August; 6-7:30 pm. Food trucks too! ”
3lokala rekommendationer
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“Beautiful park with sweeping views of Portland Skyline, the Back Cove and Mount Washington. 2 blocks”
5lokala rekommendationer
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“Thursday summer sunset on the point; food trucks, acrobats, lawn games, music”
4lokala rekommendationer
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“Sometimes you can catch some live music or dance/yoga classes. Really random and fun!”
5lokala rekommendationer