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|Length||1.4 miles, Network|
Long loved for its scenic qualities, this historic farmstead and forest welcomes visitors to walk or ski on the loop trails and experience the beautiful landscape firsthand. The fields provide excellent opportunities for blueberry picking during July and August.
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||5.3 miles, Network|
This extensive network of trails spread over two of three peninsulas at Ovens Mouth is split east and west by an inlet and joined by a bridge. It allows access and exploration of scenic shoreline, swift tidal water, quiet coves, and salt marshes.
|Length||0.9 miles, Network|
This popular 120 acre park, offers more than a mile of rocky shore, a diverse habitat for a variety of plants and animals, many waterfront picnic sites, and a pier for fishing, boating, and fantastic views of Penobscot Bay.
|Length||2.8 miles, Network|
The Linekin Preserve is a 137-acre parcel stretching from Route 96 to the Damariscotta River. The property includes 651 feet of river frontage and 2.75 miles of hiking trails. The Levison and Burley families donated their properties so that the public could continue to enjoy them.
|Length||2.7 miles, Network|
These trails on the grounds of the historic Pownalborough Court House follow a ravine to traverse mature woodlands and dells while offering great walking, hiking, and picnicking in the summer and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the winter.
|Length||2.6 miles, Round Trip|
Come take a hike and imagine the whistle of the old "volunteer" train as you walk. When you begin your hike, note the large steel post on which the trail head sign is attached. The steel post is actually a piece of the old Kennebec Central track.