Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust is excited to announce the release of Brunswick Outdoors, a guide to the wealth of public parks, recreation areas, land trust preserves, and private conservation lands Brunswick offers residents and visitors. Many locations have trails or provide access to fresh and salt water that are open for respectful public use.
Created in partnership with the Brunswick Parks and Recreation Department, Brunswick Outdoors includes over 50 identified locations and brief descriptions that guide visitors to hiking, birding, boating, swimming, skating and other recreational resources. The map is free and available at Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust offices, the Land Trust’s Farmers’ Market at Crystal Spring Farm, Brunswick Parks and Recreation Center, and Brunswick Visitor Center. A PDF of Brunswick Outdoors can also be downloaded at www.btlt.org/brunswick-outdoors. It is our hope that Brunswick Outdoors will encourage local citizens and visitors to get outside and enjoy the incredible natural resources available to us in the Brunswick area.
Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, established in 1985, has conserved 50 properties totaling 2,500 acres and created much loved community resources including the Saturday Farmers’ Market at Crystal Spring Farm, Tom Settlemire Community Garden, and Labyrinth in the Woods. The Land Trust was one of the first in Maine to receive Land Trust Alliance accreditation, and has become a leader and innovator in developing diverse ways to strengthen the community through conservation, robust partnerships, and dedicated stewardship. To learn more or get involved, please visit us at www.btlt.org!