Marble Pond, Maine


Marble Pond is located in Piscataquis county, Maine. Find dining and lodging options near Marble Pond.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Bangor 2 Course, Bangor 1 Course and Hermon Meadow Golf Club), hiking (Jo, Northwest Ridge Road and Norton Trail).

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Hiking Trails:
Jo
Northwest Ridge Road
Norton Trail

State Parks
Fortknox State Park, Maine
Peaks-Kenny State Park, Maine

Fishing Bait and Tackle Shops
Dick's Sporting Goods, 207-990-5932, 641 Stillwater Avenue, Bangor 04401

Fishing Regulations and license information
Maine Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Maine Fishing Licenses and Permits

Gift Shops
Ingrid's German Gift Shop, 117 Buck Street, Bangor, ME 04401
Bangor News & Gifts, 299 Godfrey Boulevard Suite 16, Bangor, ME 04401
Rebecca's Gift Shop, 43 Main Street, Bangor, ME 04401

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Map of Marble Pond, Maine


Restaurants in the vicinity
Rod-N-Reel Cafe
Trailside Restaurant and Lounge
Stress Free Moose Pub & Cafe
Moon Hing Restaurant
Nor'easter
Hotels in the vicinity
Indian Hill Motel
Leisure Life Family Resort
Lodge at Moosehead Lake
Peak's Kenny Motor Lodge
Bears Den Log Cabin Motel

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Current Weather at Marble Pond, Maine


Cloudy

40°F

Cloudy
Humidity: 63%
Wind: SE at 3 mph

3-day forecast

Tuesday
Cloudy
38°F / 55°F
Wednesday
Showers
31°F / 43°F
Thursday
Partly cloudy/wind
29°F / 44°F

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