Indian Trail Park

Indian Trail Park

Indian Trail Park is the primary home of our summer offering, Shakespeare Under the Stars.

Putnam in Macbeth

Putnam Smith in “Macbeth,” 2006. (Photo Credit: Julie Lisnet)

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Ben Layman and Christie Robinson in “The Tempest,” 2013. (Photo Credit: Justin Russell)

Although it feels like a respite from the city, it can be found just outside Downtown Bangor on North Main Street in Brewer.

From Bangor:

Cross over the Penobscot Bridge; you are now on State St. in Brewer. Take your first left at the second traffic light (at the top of the hill) onto North Main St. (Rt. 9). Travel 6/10ths of a mile and Indian Trail Park is on your left after a large white house. You’ll see a sign for the park in the shape of a large arrow head.

From Downeast:


Come into Brewer from Rt. 1A / Wilson Street. Bear right where the inbound traffic divides into a fork. You are now on State Street. Drive 9/10ths of a mile and turn right at the intersection of North Main St. / Rt. 9. Travel 6/10ths of a mile and Indian Trail Park is on your left after a large white house. You’ll see a sign for the park in the shape of a large arrow head.

  • Portable toilets
  • Some on site parking–about 40 spaces; The City of Brewer’s Police Dept. is also allowing people to park along the side of the street (park side only) and the North Brewer Shopping Center (a short walk before you get to the park entrance) is allowing people to use their parking lot as well. Please park in the corner to the right of the shopping center’s large sign. The shopping center’s stores are still open and we appreciate them allowing us this courtesy.
  • Limited accessibility:  Playing space is located below a steep grade, but vehicles can be driven down to the seating area for those with accessibility concerns.


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