Situated along the Androscoggin River, Auburn is a great place to live, work and play. You’ll enjoy a dynamic community and fall in love with the authenticity of the people here. Along with Lewiston, just across the river, it offers amenities found in a city twice its size – dining, cultural events, entertainment, two major hospitals and abundant outdoor recreation.
Generations of kids in Lewiston/Auburn learned how to ski at Lost Valley Ski Area including World Cup and Olympic alpine ski racer Julie Parisien. Lost Valley holds a special place in the heart of the community. You’ll also find the bigger mountains in Maine, such as Sunday River and Sugarloaf just over an hour away!
Some of the best festivals/events in the area include the Artwalk on the last Friday of every month from May-September, Great Falls Balloon Festival, the largest balloon festival in northern New England, and the annual 4th of July celebration – Liberty Festival – featuring live music, games, food, fun and fireworks!
Within a category by itself is one of our favorite spots – Wallingford’s Fruit House – a local orchard offering special events, fresh homemade pies and doughnuts, hayrides, corn mazes, and more!
Auburn’s beautiful natural environment, central location and vibrant community offers limitless options for a quality lifestyle. So many of Maine’s beaches, mountains and attractions are easily accessible and just an hour’s ride away. Discover all that living and working Auburn can be.