Gray is a growing town with easy turnpike access to Lewiston-Auburn and all points South. Located approximately 22 miles from Portland, this smaller town offers shopping, dining and easy access to many of the great hiking, skiing and outdoor adventures of rural Maine. Less than an hour drive to area mountains, breweries, farm markets and everything south central Maine has to offer.
Windham includes two areas known as North and South Windham and is truly the gateway city to the Sebago Lakes region. Offering something for everyone with ample shopping, restaurants, outdoor activities and great dining. There is a variety of winter and summer outdoor activities, an adventure park, nearby skiing and lots of opportunities for water sports.
Living in Gorham offers residents a suburban rural mix feel while still being close to the city. There’s great walking trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding, and you’re only minutes away from Sebago Lake. The restaurant scene is beginning to pick up and in this small downtown area, you will find everything you need. It’s also home to the University of Southern Maine.
Westbrook is an up and coming small city directly adjacent to Portland. With turnpike access, a variety of shopping opportunities and a huge new and exciting development called Rock Row, this is a city to consider. The lovely historic downtown is graced by the Presumpscot River, waterfalls and charming historic brick architecture.
Falmouth is a northern suburb of Portland bordering Casco Bay. While it’s just north of the city, it has a peaceful vibe and offers endless beauty along the coast and plenty of nature. Maine Audubon’s Gilsland Farm is a 65-acre sanctuary overlooking the Presumpscot River Estuary and is truly a birder’s paradise. In Falmouth you will find 3 private golf clubs and the Portland Yacht Club.