Welcome to Cumberland
Rich in history, a town offering the rare combination of small waterfront neighborhoods and large inland farming estates.
Cumberland is home to Cumberland Foreside, a coastal area adjacent to Falmouth Foreside sharing the legacy of fine homes and beautiful views of Casco Bay.
A town rich in farming history, there are also inland farming estates and quiet, rural neighborhoods throughout the town, and all take pride in a strong sense of community. It is home to the famous Cumberland Fair, one of the state’s largest agricultural fairs held every September. In 2014, the town acquired Broad Cove Reserve, a 22-acre property tucked off Route 88. With nearly 11 acres along the shoreline, it includes a public beach, dock, and walking trails.
Twin Brook Recreation
Twenty-two acres of mixed athletic fields, baseball and softball fields, soccer fields, disc golf course, restroom facilities, and more than 4 miles of wooded walking trails
Val Halla Golf Course
An 18-hole municipal facility, owned and operated by the Town of Cumberland. It has a driving range, 2 putting greens and 4 asphalt lighted tennis courts. Val Halla is a four-season facility offering sledding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, light snowmobiling, and indoor golf during the off-season.
Knights Pond Preserve
A popular spot for ice skating, fishing, dog walking, mountain biking, trail running, snowmobiling, and more. This 300-acre preserve is owned by North Yarmouth and Cumberland and protected by conservation easements.
Broad Cove Reserve
A 22-acre property tucked off Route 88 with nearly 11 acres along the shoreline. Open to the public during the summer months, it includes a public beach, dock, and walking trails.
Cumberland’s K-12 schools
Cumberland Schools are some of the best in Maine, and its high school is consistently ranked high in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Over half of Greely students take Advanced Placement courses and Greely is part of the International Baccalaureate Program.