Only minutes from Interstate 95 in Newport, Corinna offers a recreational destination for travelers and a quiet community for resident commuters to nearby Bangor, Waterville & Augusta. It is located on Maine’s historic Moosehead Trail (Route 7) with thousands of travelers passing through town annually.
A small town known for its hospitality and once a booming woolen mill town, Corinna is a great place to escape from the hustle and bustle and experience small town peace and tranquility. Corinna offers more reasons for travelers to stop every year. Corinna has a new bandstand gazebo which hosts weekly concerts throughout the summer months. Walking the boardwalk, fishing at Corundel Bog and attending the yearly town celebration are popular activities. ATV and snowmobile trails abound and are well maintained and marked for enthusiasts to enjoy.
Corinna is also home to interesting historical sites. The town’s library and municipal office are housed at the Levi Stewart building. This building, built in 1898, is a two story brick structure with a working clock tower and belfry. Placed in the National Registry of Historical Places in 1974 this building is home to a variety of cultural and civic events for residents and tourists to enjoy.