Orland

Situated on the banks of the Narramissic River, Orland was incorporated in 1800 and is now home to about 2000 residents.

In addition to its small town charm, Orland is home of some wonderful trails and conservation efforts. The Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust has many fantastic trails and the Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery is working to restore native Atlantic Salmon to the rivers downeast.

Make sure to include Orland River Day on your schedule if you are visiting in June for a day full of family fun.

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