Gray is a quintessential New England town, full of history and charm. A four season destination with lakes, hiking trails, cross country skiing trails, golf, and antique shops, Gray has something for everyone!
At the intersection of state Routes 4, 26, 100, 115, 202 and Maine Turnpike exit 63 - all providing ready access to a wide variety of nearby activities and attractions - the Town of Gray is truly at the heart of it all.
Although Gray is a small community, almost 40% of Maine’s population is within a 30 mile radius. Portland, Lewiston/Auburn, Brunswick and Freeport are just minutes away. Gray is home to over 200 businesses ranging from a local ice cream shop to a state-of-the art prototype manufacturing facility located in the Northbrook Business and Industrial Park.
Gray is also home to the Maine Wildlife Park, Libby Hill Forest Trails, and the Spring Meadows Golf Course.
Gray's population of approximately 7,700 inhabit 46 square miles, more than 90% of which is pristine rural forest land and lake water. Gray waterfront properties are found on Little Sebago, Crystal, and Forest Lakes.
Gray is home to regional headquarters for the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, which maintains a fish hatchery and wildlife park.
It is also home to an NOAA National Weather Service Forecast Office, which issues forecasts and severe weather warnings for New Hampshire and Maine.