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|Length||1.4 miles, Network|
Indiantown is a 60-acre island in the Sheepscot River with great natural and historical significance. Boothbay Region Land Trust owns the northern half of the island and has permission from a private landowner to maintain a public trail to a scenic overlook on the southern side of the island.
|Length||0.9 miles, Loop|
Malaga Island was once home to a mixed-race fishing community that was forcibly removed by the State of Maine in 1912. Boat to the north end of the island and explore the island's history on a loop hike of its forested interior with a short cliff trail to panoramic views of eastern Casco Bay.
|Length||2.7 miles, Network|
A hidden gem bounded on two sides by salt marsh, the sanctuary features over two and a half miles of trails that traverse meadows, coastline, forest, and rocky ridges. Stonewall, exposed bedrock, and views of reversing tidal falls are all highlights.
|Length||3.1 miles, Network|
Only one mile from the bustling downtown of Freeport along the Harraseeket River estuary, these trails wind along a stream and tidal marsh and through orchard, fields, and forest on 140 acres rich in human and natural history.