Parks and Outdoor Spaces

Public Parks/Areas and Open Spaces are town-owned property used for recreation purposes. These include:

  • Adams Multi-Purpose Field
  • Asa Adams Hill
  • Broadway Pocket Park
  • Brownies Canoe/Kayak Launch Area
  • Community Playground
  • Gould’s Landing
  • High School Lot 
  • Jeremiah Colburn Natural Area
  • Nadeau/Savoy Park
  • Marden Park 
  • Municipal Outdoor Ice Rink 
  • Municipal Pool
  • Rec Field (on Goodridge Drive)
  • Sklar Park
  • Summer Street Park
  • Town Trail System (on Town Property)
  • Union Street Boat Launch
  • Webster Park

For more information about any of these locations, contact the Orono Parks and Recreation Department at (207) 889-6914. Among these parks and spaces, several in particular stand out:

The Municipal Pool found at the intersection of Westwood Drive and Gooodridge Drive is usually open daily during the summer and is staffed by a full crew of lifeguards. Due to the CDC guidelines and restrictions in place to prevent COVID-19 spread, the pool is closed for the summer of 2020.

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Nadeau-Savoy Memorial Park at Gould’s Landing on Pushaw Lake provides a place for families to enjoy the beautiful Maine weather and water. A popular relaxation destination for residents of all ages, it includes picnic areas and parking as well as water access. It is dedicated to the memory of two Orono residents who lost their lives fighting in Vietnam. A parking permit is required to park here. Please click here to request your free parking permit.

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Marden Park, located on Park Street, is regularly used for youth baseball games. The historic field is consistent with Little League Regulations, having been used in that capacity for decades. the field is complete with seating, a batting cage, and a concession stand.

Additionally, there are numerous forest trails throughout town; A network of trails used in athletic competitions exists behind Orono High School, for example, and is open for public use.