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Old Town, ME is a small rural city located in Penobscot County. With a population of 7,415 and a population density of 191 people per square mile, Old Town has a much lower population density than the US average of 93 people per square mile. Local businesses in Old Town include Black Bear Brewing Company, The Fish Market Restaurant, and Top Stop Variety Store. Year-round outdoor activities available in Old Town include fishing, hiking along the Penobscot River, canoeing or kayaking on Pushaw Lake, and snowshoeing or cross-country skiing during winter months. Other organizations present in Old Town include the Rotary Club of Old Town and the Old Town Maine Chamber of Commerce. Each year, locals and visitors alike attend local sporting events such as the Woodsman Field Day at Alton Fairgrounds or the annual boat races held by the Old Town Yacht Club.

The population in Old Town is 7,415. There are 191 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Old Town is 36.7, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in Old Town is 2.3, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in Old Town
- 42.1% are married
- 10.8% are divorced
- 28.5% are married with children
- 16.0% have children, but are single
Race in Old Town

- 92.4% are White
- 1.3% are Black
- 0.8% are Asian
- 2.4% are Native American
- 0.0% claim Other
- 0.0% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 3.1% Two or more races
- 0.0% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

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