Visit Sanford Maine

Minutes from the beaches, Sanford is a perfect day-trip destination. The area offers outdoor fun and easy access to freshwater lakes, and rivers. As a result, visitors can enjoy fishing, swimming, and waterskiing.

The Sanford area is home to 21 miles of hiking and biking trails. The Sanford Lagoons are one of York County Audubon’s top birding sites, with over 225 species of birds and waterfowl.

Sanford Seacoast Regional Airport offers sightseeing flights that let you see Maine from a whole new perspective. Our pick-your-own farms are a fun way for the family to get out in the fields and orchards. Local Farmers’ Market offers fresh produce and local crafts. Do not miss our three homemade ice shops.

Sanford is a tight-knit community that loves to share its traditions.

The Sanford Mainers play in historic Goodall Park. This highly regarded stadium is the place where Babe Ruth hit his final home run as a member of the Boston Red Sox. The Sanford-Springvale Historical Society offers visitors the chance to learn about the historical and cultural impact of the local textile industry.

Today, the area’s former mills are home to an award-winning restaurant, gym, salon and day spa. Downtown shops offer everything from local arts and crafts to freshly baked donuts and sweet treats.

Therefore, Sanford is the place when you want to get off the beaten track and experience an authentic slice of Maine.

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For more information or to plan your next Sanford-Springvale area getaway, contact the Sanford Regional Economic Growth Council at (207) 324-9155 or visit us at SanfordGrowth.com.