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Have lunch or dinner at the Eastern Prom at the numerous food trucks they have there, from Mr.Tuna sushi to Falafel to Vietnamese Bahn Mi sandwiches to gelato! Download the Truckalico app to see who is there (and around Portland) on any given night. The Eastern Promenade is a 78 acre park…
Great Park overlooking Casco Bay. Sometimes you'll find a selection of food trucks. Grab a bite, find a some grass, and enjoy it all.
An array of food trucks gather around during the weekend and outdoor musical, cultural or art events take place here. Definitely a beautiful place for a picnic, walk through the trail, or see all the boats sailing off. Must see!
Walking paths, food trucks in the summer, huge playground for the kids and off leash dog area. Also great for picnics in the summer and sledding in the winter!
One of the best picnic spots in the state with elevated views of the bay and Fort Gorges. The trail connects with the Back Cove trail and goes all the way around. Food trucks line up in the summer evenings with all kinds of offerings (you MUST get a maple creamy), and there might be a concert at…
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