Bridgton Recreation Department, 3 Chase Street, Suite 1, Bridgton, 647-8786, www.bridgtonmaine.org/recreation.html. Activities include swimming, life guard lessons, gymnastics and dance, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, skating, hockey, volleyball, karate, field hockey, football, ping pong, and more.

Dixfield Parks & Recreation, PO Box 808, Dixfield, 562-8151, www.dixfield.org/parks.html. Parks include the Village Green on Main St., Harlow Park on Weld St., Marble Park on Coburn Ave., and McGouldrick Park on Dix Ave.

Farmington Parks & Recreation, 778-3464.

Jay Recreation, 99 Main Street, 897-6785, www.jay-maine.org/recreation.html.

Madison Recreation Department, PO Box 190, Madison, 696-4151, www.madison-maine.org/pages/recreation/recreation.html. Recreation programs include Ice skating, Boys and Girls Basketball, Little League Baseball, Swimming, Soccer, Football, Cheerleading, Basketball and more. Parks include the Dillon Family Park and the Preble Avenue Recreation Site.

Norway Recreation Department, 19 Danforth Street, 743-6651, www.norwaymaine.com/NorRecDep.shtml.

Paris Parks & Recreation
, 743-2501 x 107, Paris Town Office, 33 Market Square. Programs include baseball, softball, tee-ball, swimming, golf, soccer, bowling, skiing, skating, and more. Moore Park is used for many Rec activities.

Rangeley Parks and Recreation Department offers many activities including tours, lessons, crafts, sports, games, trips and classes for all ages and abilities. FMI, call the Rangeley Town Office, 864-3326.

Raymond Recreation
, P.O. Box 561, is a private, non-profit organization of interested adults who wish to provide recreational opportunities to the children of Raymond. It is not associated with the school or town government, but works closely with other groups. Adults involved are volunteers rather than paid professionals; thus, the costs of the various programs are minimized. Some fund raising is necessary to offset the costs of activities: i.e. swimming lessons.

Rumford Parks Department, 364-7758

Sebago Recreation Department, 406 Bridgton Rd., Sebago, 595-8173, www.townofsebago.org/Pages/SebagoME_Recreation/index. Offers whitewater rafting trips, track & field camp, a two-day Teen Summer Celebration including a Grafton Notch State Park Hike and swimming in Angevine Park, and much more throughout the year.

Wilton Recreation, 645-4825, www.wiltonmaine.org/recreation.html. Programs at Kineowatha Park include baseball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, canoeing, swimming, fishing/frogging, croquet, tennis, table tennis, ice hockey, ice skating, x-c skiing, meetings, mountain biking, nature walks/jogging, picnics, playground, reunions. Bass Park, at the foot of Wilton Lake, offers a large grassy area where youngsters of all ages can swim, watch the little ones at play, or just lie in the sun. Also available for a variety of activities are East Wilton Park, Dryden Park, and Academy Hill School.


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