Parks & Recreation Director Debra Partridge

19 Danforth Street Norway, Maine 04268-6002 fax: 207-743-5307 e-mail: Office Phone 207-743-6651   cell:   207-890-7909   Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Mission Statement: To enhance the quality of life for all citizens and visitors in our community by being committed to promoting and providing our residents of all ages and abilities with quality parks, facilities, recreation programs and special events that meet the needs of participants and provides opportunities for all types of recreation in a safe and healthy environment.


September 5, 12, 19, 26, Wednesdays 5-5:45pm
at Lovejoy Farm Sports Complex
Registration form is listed below and can be printed off
or hard copies can be found at the Norway Town Office
Registration Fee $25 for residents  $30 for non-residents  no family fee

DIRECTIONS TO LOVEJOY FARM SPORTS COMPLEX: Traveling north on Rte 26 go past Aubuchon Hardware Rte 26 becomes Fair Street Take your right, just before Amatos, onto Grove Street go to the end of Grove Street Take a right go thru the gate and down over the hill Traveling South on Rte 26 Take a left at the lights by OHCHS Rte 26 becomes Fair Street Take your first left after Amatos onto Grove Street go to the end of Grove Street Take a right go thru the gate and down over the hill.

Registration Forms:

2018 Age 4-5 Soccer Program


2018 Norway Rec T-ball Reg Form


Community Activities (no structured program, facility open to public):

Baseball/Softball: 1 co-ed Field located at Cottage Street Recreation Area 2 baseball, 1 softball Field, 1 soccer field located at Lovejoy Farm Sports Complex; league games

Basketball: Half court at Cottage Street Recreation Area Full court at Lake Pennesseewassee Park

Boating: Boat Ramp at Lake Pennesseewassee Park, located off Route 118/Waterford Road Carry in at Lake Pennesseewassee, located off Crockett Ridge Road Boat ramp North Pond, located at dam off Round The Pond Road Carry in at Hobbs Pond, located off Route 118/Waterford Road

Ice skating: Out door rink located on Cottage Street, open weather permitting, lights on till 10pm Warming Hut, manned by volunteers or open for groups by appointment; loaner skates available

Picnic Areas: Lake Pennesseewassee Park, picnic tables and benches Lake Pennesseewassee Rest Area on Lake Road, picnic tables Hobbs Pond Rest Area

Playground: Age 2-5 and 5-12 plus 40+ stand alone elements at Lake Pennesseewassee Park Two playgrounds at Guy E Rowe Elementary School

Swimming: Lake Pennesseewassee Park, two beaches

Tennis: 2 courts at Cottage Street Recreation Area, must purchase key to use courts, $10 residents/$25 non-residents, purchase key at Norway Town Office

Volley Ball: Sand court at Lake Peneesseewassee Park

Walking: Map at Norway Town Office for downtown streets, some measured routes Lake Pennesseewassee Park, located off Route 118/Waterford Road Oxford Hills Trail Committee produces the Oxford Hills Tails Map

Fitness Trail: at Lake Pennesseewassee Park; 2000’, 8 stations


  Lake Pennesseewasswee Park: Boat Landing with dock and Handicap accessible outhouse Volley ball Court, sand surface Full Court Basketball Court 2 Beaches Playground Areas Fitness TrailPicnic tables Benches Group Picnic Shelter under construction   Little Red School House:Headquarters for: Norway~Paris Swim Program Norway Trackers Snowmobile Club Norway~Paris Fish & Game Association during Ice Fishing Derby Norway Lakes Association Oxford Hills ATV Club   Recreation Area on Cottage Street: Owned by Town of Norway: Half a Basketball Court, 2 Tennis Courts Area of land Leased by Town of Norway from New Balance Athletic Shoe Inc. contains: Ice Skating Rink, Ball Field, Open Space


PROGRAMS: coaches for T-ball, softball, basketball; help with bowling, ice skating, snow shoeing   FACILITIES: Open up New Balance Warming Hut after school, weekends, school vacations for public to use skates on the Bruce Fox Ice Rink (no charge to use skates) Help on Lake Penn Park Clean up Day Rake & weed gardens (adopt a garden for the summer)   EVENTS: Fishing Festival: help children fish, registration table, set up, break down Easter Festival: help stores pass out candy, performances of music, dance, etc… Triathlon: set up, crowd control, break down, traffic control Halloween Festival: dress in costume and walk the street, help stores pass out candyPerformances of music, dance, etc… Christmas: gather a group to walk street singing Christmas Carols