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Grab your Maine Atlas and Gazateer and your compass and make sure you know how to use them.

The woods are big and it can take a long time to get out...


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Day Hikes
  • Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge
    Located in Wells take Rt 1 to Route 9. Trails through salt marsh.
  • Gilsland Farm - Maine Audubon
    From Portland Take Rt 1 North across Presumpscot River. Maine Audubon Signs on Left. Trails along Presumpscot River Estruary, woods and meadows.
  • Portland Trails
    Urban Land Trust Trail System
  • Scarborough Marsh Nature Center
    Rt 1 to Pine Point Rd. Nature Center on left at Salt Marsh. Trails and Canoe trips.
  • Table Rock / Old Speck
    Located in Grafton Notch State Park- 2 1/2 hours North of Portland. Follow Rt26 from Portland to North Newry. Picnic Spots such as Screw Auger Falls. Appalachian Trail access and several smaller hikes such as Old Speck,Table Rock ,Bald Pate
  • Douglas Mountain
    Rt 107 in Baldwin to Douglass Hill. At top of hill look for Rd on Left. Hike up to tower. Scenic Views of Sebago and Western Mountains.
  • Mount Cutler
    Rt 113 in Hiram. At Junction of 117 go left after bridge up dirt road to Rail Road Tracks. Follow Trail markers. Right Fork is a steep hike up to a scenic overlook. Left trail is hike through Pine Forest. Please stay on trails.
  • Bradbury Mountain State Park
    Take Rt 9 in Falmouth to Pownal. State Park with Trails throughout pine forest of Bradbury Mountain.
  • Morse Mountain Preserve
    Rt 1 North to Bath to Rt 209. Go straight on Rt 216 at turn to Popham Beach. A short way on the left is a small parking lot and gatehouse. About a 2 mile hike through a salt marsh and over Morse Mountain Scenic overlooks to Sewall Beach. Tern Nesting Zone please stay off the marsh grass .
  • Josephine Newman Sanctuary
    Rt 1 thru Bath across bridge into Woolich take Rt127 South to Georgetown. At Library take access Rd with small sign. 2 1/2 miles of trails through woodlands and along Robinhood Cove. Reversing Falls.
Destinations
  • Baxter State Park
    Find your way to Millinocket and follow the signs. Located in Northern Maine this is the home to Mount Katahdin. 75 miles of trails. Call in advance for reservations.
  • Acadia National Park
    Find your way to Bar Harbor on Mt. Desert Island and follow the signs. You can't miss it. Truely one of the most scenic areas of Maine. Trails, Rock Climbs, Carraige trails and bike paths.
  • Gulf Hagas
    The Grand Canyon of Maine. 8 mile hike into spectacular gorge with 5 waterfalls. Appalachian trail follows rim of Gorge.
  • From Milo follow Rt 11 to Brownville Junction continue on to Kird Rd and Katahdin Ironworks. Follow Signs to The Hermitage/ Gulf Hagas
Table Rock, Grafton Notch
Table Rock toward Old Speck
mountain
Baxter State Park
overlook sewall beach
Sewall Beach Overlook
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View of Old Speck
Grafton Notch

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