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|Length||0.6 miles, Loop|
The Colby Wildlife Preserve is a 12-acre parcel on the Damariscotta River. A loop trail provides access to the Salt Mash Cove which was the site of saltworks, iceworks, a brickyard, ferry landing, sawmills, and gristmills, but is now in a natural state.
|Length||2.2 miles, Loop|
The trails at Burkett Mill Preserve explore the largest roadless area on a coastal peninsula between the Camden Hills and York. The two trails skirt around wetlands and a small brook, providing easy access to wildlife viewing.
|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.
|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.