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Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Cross-Country Skiing
Location Casco
Difficulty Easy
Length1.0 miles, Loop

Mayberry Hill Preserve loop is comprised of 160 acres of mixed woodlands, meadows, and streams. Stone benches are located at intervals along the trail, and additional walking opportunities are available through the field and the log landing.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Winthrop
Difficulty Easy
Length0.5 miles, Round Trip

The Scotch Ledge Loop Trail circumnavigates the 6 acres of land that make up Perry Island, and starts at a small yet pristine beach.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Winthrop
Difficulty Easy
Length0.8 miles, Loop

The Horseshoe Island Preserve on Cobbossee Lake is home to the 0.8 mile "Hemlock Loop." The loop follows the perimeter of the northern tip of the island and offers pristine views of the shoreline, wetlands, and interior forest.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Cross-Country Skiing
Location Gray, New Gloucester, North Yarmouth
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length3.2 miles, Network

The Pineland Public Land Unit offers abundant wildlife and a pleasing landscape of forests over rolling hills. Hikers are invited to explore this hidden property.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Winthrop
Difficulty Moderate
Length1.0 miles, Loop

The Hodgdon Island Preserve on Cobbossee Lake features a one-mile trail loop that weaves through the island's mature hardwood and pine forest and provides excellent views of the shoreline and wetlands that border the island.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Norway
Difficulty Easy
Length0.6 miles, Network

This short loop close to downtown Norway, has some of the oldest and largest White Pines in Maine, not to mention access and views over Pennesseewassee Lake.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Auburn, Freeport, Gray, New Gloucester, North Yarmouth, Yarmouth
Difficulty Easy, Moderate, Advanced
Length49.2 miles, Network

The Royal River Water Trail provides a wide variety of paddling experiences and public water access points for paddling, swimming, birding, fishing, hunting, camping, fiddlehead harvesting, picnicking, and shoreline hiking and biking on conserved lands and parks.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Cross-Country Skiing
Location Readfield, Wayne
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length3.4 miles, Network

The 210 jointly managed acres of the Town of Readfield and the Kennebec Land Trust include over three miles of hiking trails that feature stone walls and cellar holes, Jones Brook’s seasonal flowage, and a small nutrient-rich floodplain providing diverse habitats for many birds and mammals.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Manchester
Difficulty Easy
Length0.5 miles, One Way

The easy 0.5 mile trail provides access to Hutchinson Pond from the Benson Road.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Cross-Country Skiing
Location Livermore
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length0.7 miles, Network

These trails on the Washburn-Norlands Estate follow old carriage roads and provide access both to a forest lookout and a set of historic reflection pools.