Overview of Bangor
Hailed as Maine’s “Queen City,” Bangor is a friendly community that acts as a gateway to the state’s natural beauty. As the third-most populous city in Maine, Bangor has more than 33,000 residents who enjoy a quiet lifestyle near the Atlantic coast. The local chamber of commerce promotes a rich business environment, inviting people from all backgrounds to take advantage of local networking opportunities that promote the vitality of the region. Look for Bangor apartments for rent, and find one of New England’s most charming communities.
Living in Bangor, ME
Bangor’s first permanent settlers built a plantation and homes at the mouth of the Kenduskeag Stream in 1769. In the years since, Bangor has held the title of the Lumber Capital of the World, been an important site during the Revolutionary War and War of 1812, and evolved into an inspirational town to house famed writer Henry David Thoreau.
Today, Bangor is still a rejuvenating presence in Maine’s northern woods. Just a short drive from the northern Atlantic coast, Bangor is a beautiful town with the exceptional charm of New England. Local residents enjoy a very affordable life in Bangor. The town is also home to several of the state's universities, including Husson University, Beal College, and the University of Maine.
Bangor Attractions and Special Events
In addition to art exhibitions at the University of Maine Museum of Art and scenic outdoor hiking and biking attractions, Bangor is home to many of Maine’s most exciting events. The American Folk Festival showcases music, dance, storytelling, handmade crafts, and ethnic food on the Bangor waterfront. The Bangor Book Festival brings Maine writers across different mediums to downtown Bangor to discuss and read from their works.
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Old Town, ME 04468
2 Beds1 Bath
Old Town, ME
2 Beds1 Bath