Annie Sturgis Sanctuary Trail
Take I-95 north to exit 44; north on I-295 back to I-95; north on I-95 to exit 113 (Rte 3 Augusta/Belfast). Go east on Rt. 3 for 1.7 miles. At the intersection of 201/102 turn left heading north on US-201. Travel for approximately 4.1 miles and turn left onto Cushnoc Road. The sanctuary is 1.5 miles down Cushnoc Road on the left. The sanctuary entrance sign is on the west side of the road. Park on the shoulder of road.
The New England Wild Flower Society has a 40-acre tract along the Kennebec River notable for its large stand of extremely rare (in Maine) Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense), and for a variety of other lime-loving plants. Woodland wild flowers include bloodroot, trout lily, and purple trillium.
The following activities are prohibited on all New England Wild Flower Society sanctuaries:
- Camping, fires, or smoking
- Trail bikes, trikes, and ATV’s
- Horseback riding
- Removal of plant material
Visit New England Wild Flower Society online for more information or contact:
New England Wild Flower Society
Framingham, MA 01701
Phone: (508) 877-7630
Check for nearby geocaches to Annie Sturgis Sanctuary Trail.
Leave No Trace Principle
Plan Ahead and Prepare
Avoid hypothermia, even in warm weather, by limiting your sweat and exposure to cold water. Bring warm and dry clothes in case the shivers set in.