Bridgton is a Lakes Region resort area located in Cumberland County, Maine. It is 35 miles from Portland and 20 miles from North Conway, NH. Bridgton includes the following neighborhoods: Bridgton, North Bridgton, South Bridgton, West Bridgton and Woods Pond.
Bridgton is home of the Benjamin Cleaves House, the Spratt-Mead Museum, the Stone House, Walker Memorial Hall, Wales and Hamblen Store and Rufus Porter Museum. It also home to the Bridgton Academy.
Bridgton offers an abundance of recreational opportunities including boating, golfing, skiing, organized sports, ice skating, sailing, fishing, hiking, swimming and kayaking. It is home to several public beaches and boat launches, hiking trails and campgrounds.
Buildings on Bridgton’s Main Street include a variety of architectural styles. They include Greek Revival, Carpenters Gothic, Gothic Revival, Italianate and Modern. Many traditional New England homes are located in the South and North High Street District.
At the time of the 2010 Census the population was 5,210.
According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Bridgton was home to1,924 households and 1,296 families. The average household size was 2.5.
Bridgton Homes and Real Estate: In 2000, there were 3,063 Bridgton homes and an average of 136 homes per square mile. 34% of Bridgton homes are occupied by renters. The town includes many seasonal and vacation homes.
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