The twin city of Saco, Biddeford homes McArthur Public Library, one of the oldest tax-supported libraries in New England, and the oldest in the state of Maine and Biddeford City Theater, which runs a year-round season of theater, music and dance performances. Do you want to be part of the emerging creative community?
Parks and Recreation
Biddeford is developing by the day. City's downtown recently got a punch of vitality being Maine’s fastest-growing commercial centers with new businesses are on the way. Plus, the attractions including Fortune’s Rocks Beach, Timber Point Trail, Seagull Seaside Tours, Water House Field and much more give visitors lots to see and explore. Why not consider moving here?
Accessible for public use are stunning beaches along the coast at Fortune’s Rocks and Biddeford Pool. Available as well are plenty of parking spaces reserved for public and well-maintained bath facilities.
Biddeford has plenty of parks, nine in total. All of which extends a full range of recreational facilities with playgrounds, ball fields, tennis courts, hiking trails and much more. Two of these parks are Rotary Park and Clifford Park. Rotary Park is a 75 acre Park located along the Saco River. It has a public beach for swimming and facility for boating which gives public an access to enjoy the upper Saco River. Meanwhile, Clifford Park is a 30-acre forested area serves as an ideal “in-town’ park recreational activities
The city is abundant with natural areas particularly along the coast which offers great sceneries for everyone who loves hiking and bird watching. How about living near the Audubon conservancy at Biddeford Pool and the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Preserve in the Granite Point area?