Bowdoin is a rural town in Sagadahoc Country with a population of about 3,000. Through careful planning the town enjoys its rural atmosphere and the benefits brought by growth. With easy access to the larger towns of Brunswick, Bath, and Topsham, Bowdoin residents enjoy quiet living close to other convenient downtown centers.
Bowdoin developed as an agricultural town, raising sheep and producing apples, wheat, hay and potatoes. Other industries included an ice company, sawmill, gristmill, carding mill and brickyard. Since 1993, alpacas have been raised in the town.
Visit the town web site for additional information about Bowdoin.