Top 10 Most Dangerous Places in Maine

Waterville:Waterville’s public education also has above-average rates. Nicknamed “Elm City” for its abundant elm trees, Waterville is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Maine. 

Skowhegan:This city is known as home to the oldest continuously held state fair; visitors can catch the Skowhegan State Fair every August.

Sanford:Sanford is a favored location for campers, featuring gorgeous woods and several lakes. Reincorporated as a city in 2013, Sanford has excellent schools and job opportunities. 

Presque Isle:Located close to the Great North Woods, Presque Isle attracts many outdoor athletes and sportsmen.

Lewiston:Experiencing economic and social growth in recent years, Lewiston is known for its low cost of living and access to excellent medical care. 

Houlton:Houlton is a fantastic area for fishing and hunting. Plus, the Northern Lights are stunning in this city. However, the crime rate is less pleasing.

Biddeford:Featuring a performing arts theater, a cultural and heritage center, and even a spiritual center, Biddeford is rich with history as one of the earliest European settlements in the United States. 

Bangor:Known for its iconic 30-foot Paul Bunyan statue, Bangor is the third most populated city in Maine. Its nickname is “Queen City,” though no one knows where it originated.

Augusta:The downtown district attracts many new businesses, and many civic events and conventions occur in this capital city.

Auburn:This city is said to be named after the Auburn in the poem “The Deserted Village” by Oliver Goldsmith. Settled in 1786, many places in Auburn are on the National Register of Historic Places. 

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