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|Length||5.5 miles, Network|
The name Quoddy Head, which means "fertile and beautiful place", comes from the Native American Passamaquoddy tribe. The impressive black cliffs date back to the Silurian Age when volcanic magma rose up from the ocean forming the rock cliffs.
|Length||1.1 miles, Network|
Skolfield Shores Preserve has a system of trails, which wind through stands of white pine, red spruce, hemlock, and beech. There are benches at points which offer fine views of the salt marsh, mud flats, and tidal waters of Middle Bay Cove.