Camden Harbor Riverwalk Extended

Tracy Harford and Brandon Allen of the Public Works Department. (Photo Courtesy of Karen Brace)
Tracy Harford and Brandon Allen of the Public Works Department. (Photo Courtesy of Karen Brace)

Pen Bay Pilot: Two teams from the Maine Conservation Corps, part of the nationwide Americorps service organization, spent several weeks in Camden [Maine] working on the next phase of the town’s new Riverwalk. The newest section of the Riverwalk extends from the Seabright Dam to Mt. Battie Street, constituting a quarter mile of the new pathway.

The Camden Riverwalk is a community initiative overseen by the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Pathways Committee. Phase I, completed in 2013, runs along the edge of the former Tannery site bordering the Megunticook River. Ultimately the Camden Riverwalk will extend the length of Washington Street into the downtown.

Read more about the Camden Harbor Riverwalk extension.

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