Dover-Foxcroft, Maine

Fall Events and Activities

Spectacular Fall Foliage

Hunting of Bear, Deer, Partridge and Other Game


Piscataquis Regional YMCA Click here for link:  PRYMCA

Thompson Free Library Click here for link: TFL

Downeast Magazine has name Dover-Foxcroft as one of Maine's Ten Towns Made for Walking.

"In many ways, Dover-Foxcroft looks like a little slice of Americana set before an indomitable tract of woods.  And that's basically what the community is.  Streets leave the tidy town center and slide right out into the North Woods.  What makes Dover-Foxcroft so appealing is the fact that, despite the shopping plaza and fast food restaurants out on Route 15 and the new Rite Aid on East Main, its historic downtown is fairly intact and vibrant.  Sidewalks follow the primary avenues - North, South, and West Main and Summer streets - past everything anyone really needs:  the town hall, the local bank, the church, the barber, the bookstore, cafe, bakery, and hardware store.  You can walk over to the Piscataquis River or wend through side streets brimming with distinguished old homes.  Everything about the community is so comfortable and familiar you half expect people to stop you and inquire about the folks."

Foxcroft Golf Club
For more information call:
(207) 564-8887

The Foxcroft Golf club is a very unique and interesting facility.  Tree-lined fairways and changes in terrain create a challenge for all levels of players.  The course measures 3,316 yards from the long tees and the adversity of the length of holes creates a great variety for club selection.  The small greens reward premium iron play while good turf and grooming highlight the personal pride of ownership.  The friendly atmosphere blends with the traditions and style of Old Maine. Click here for link to Golf Club:  FCG
Foggy Mountain Guide Service

Horseback Riding
Northern Maine Riding Adventures

Guided Mountain Bike Tours of Maine
Moosehead Miles Bicycle Tours 

Kiwanis Park

This park is located in the center of town adjacent to the Piscataquis Regional YMCA, between Park Street and Dwelley Avenue.

Kiwanis Park has something to offer for people of all ages.  Developed and maintained by the Kiwanis Club of Dover-Foxcroft, acreage includes a mix of open space and wooded areas, with a brook flowing through the park. The brook has been dammed and the resulting pond area has been enlarged and stocked with trout, providing fishing opportunities for area children.

The Kiwanis Club recently spent over $30,000 to purchase and install new playground equipment. The park also includes a skateboarding and rollerblading area, a fitness trail, picnic areas, bandstand, flower garden and walking trails.  During winter months the park can be reached by snowmobilers or cross country skiers along an abandoned railroad bed.