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Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Lubec
Difficulty Moderate
Length6.0 miles, Network

A 6 mile trail network provides an array of options for discovering this 330 acre Wildlife Management Area. Trails provide open views of Straight Bay, more intimate access to Federal Harbor and a feel for the coastal spruce-fir forest.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Bristol
Difficulty Moderate
Length2.6 miles, Network

La Verna Preserve features 3,600 feet of stunning rocky ocean shoreline, 2.5 miles of trails, and a diverse array of wildlife habitat, including mixed hardwoods, coniferous forests, and freshwater streams.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Greenwood
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length3.2 miles, Network

Maggie's Nature Park is a network of easy and moderate trails through a variety of forest types that provide several great views of the surrounding area from open ledges.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Saco
Difficulty Easy
Length0.5 miles, Network

This area, which lies within a few feet of US Route 1, is beautiful, surprisingly quiet, and has a wide variety of land types including hardwood and softwood with Goosefare Brook running through the property.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Minot
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length1.8 miles, Network

This wooded trail network provides a range of trail experiences from easy, handicap accessible trails to trails of more varied terrain and connect Minot Consolidated School with the Town Office and several ball fields.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Poland
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length6.5 miles, Network

The Poland Town Forest offers a newly developed hiking trail that traverses a stream and continues to Bragdon Hill.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Lubec
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length5.5 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.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Lubec
Difficulty Easy
Length1.5 miles, Network

A 128-acre conserved property straddling Seward Neck in North Lubec, with a trail leading to South Bay and another leading to a cove on Cobscook Bay.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Cushing
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length1.5 miles, Network

Nestled between Pleasant Point Road and Stone’s Point Road, the Pleasant Point Nature Preserve features a mixed woodland and significant wetlands with 1.5-mile trail network.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Windham
Difficulty Moderate
Length0.8 miles, One Way

This trail skirts the outside of a housing development following Otter Brook as it winds through tree plantations, woods, and marshy wetlands.