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|Length||1.2 miles, Network|
A network of three trails owned by two different entities, The Presumpscot Regional Land Trust (PRLT) and the Town of Gorham, the Presumpscot River, Gunpowder Mill, and the Canal Towpath Trails offer a nice diversion from the Mountain Division Rail Trail or a great historic and recreational destination by itself!
|Location||Falmouth, Gorham, Portland, Standish, Westbrook, Windham|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||25.5 miles, One Way|
The Presumpcot River flows 25 miles between Sebago Lake and Casco Bay, dropping 270 feet in elevation.The Presumpscot enjoys long and rich natural and cultural histories best experienced at water level: paddle a short section for a day trip, or paddle and portage the entire route from origin to coastal estuary.
|Length||2.6 miles, Network|
The Sebago to the Sea Trail is a continuous shared-use trail connecting Sebago Lake to Casco Bay. This section connects the Portland Water District's conserved land on Sebago Lake with Otter Ponds and the Mountain Division Rail Trail.
|Location||Gorham, Standish, Windham|
|Length||5.7 miles, One Way|
The Sebago to the Sea Trail is a continuous shared-use trail connecting Sebago Lake to Casco Bay. This section follows the paved Mountain Division Trail to connect the Portland Water District's conserved land at Otter Ponds with the Presumpscot River and US-202 in South Windham.
|Length||2.5 miles, Network|
The Rines Forest is a magnificent 216 acre woodland in the heart of Cumberland. This beautiful and tranquil natural environment has impressive autumn colors, cascading waterfalls, old stone walls, and interesting terrain.