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Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Machias, Whitneyville
Difficulty Moderate
Length5.0 miles, Network

The Machias River is one of the great rivers in Downeast Maine. Downeast Coastal Conservancy's trails allow hikers miles of forest and river frontage to hike. The river is steeped in local history and evidence of past logging history can be seen in structures in the river.  

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Machias
Difficulty Easy
Length1.2 miles, Network

St. Regis Park on the Middle River was once pasture land for animals and later a family farm. The park now provides a natural escape for hiking, picnicking, wildlife observation, paddling, and winter sports right in the middle of Machias.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Calais
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length2.7 miles, Network

This conservation area offers a hike overlooking the St. Croix River along the highest headland east of Acadia National Park. A second trail offers wildlife viewing and large trees along shoreline bluffs.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Pembroke
Difficulty Moderate
Length1.5 miles, Round Trip

The hiking trail at Hersey Point Preserve provides a short hike through quiet woodlands to a small cove, gravel beach, and saltmarsh along the Pennamaquan River.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Mountain Biking Cross-Country Skiing
Location Edmunds Twp
Difficulty Easy
Length19.8 miles, Network

Moosehorn NWR (Edmunds) covers more than 8,771 acres, with more than 10 miles of dirt trails and includes 2,712 acres of designated National Wilderness. The refuge provides visitors with exceptional wildlife viewing opportunities.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Cross-Country Skiing
Location Perry
Difficulty Easy
Length0.7 miles, Network

The Sipp Bay Preserve encompasses 92-acres with a trail system that offers a beautiful shoreline walk around the grassy peninsula separating inner and outer Sipp’s Bay.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Pembroke
Difficulty Easy
Length0.6 miles, Network

A rolling, grassy area, bordered by trees and surrounded by the waters of Cobscook Bay welcome visitors to Reversing Falls.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Cross-Country Skiing
Location Edmunds Twp
Difficulty Easy
Length2.2 miles, Network

Cobscook Bay State Park has two short trails providing opportunities to watch birds and observe the ebb and flow of the region’s impressive tides. In the winter the park maintains trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Whiting
Difficulty Easy
Length5.9 miles, Network

The Orange River Water Trail is an easy to access, easy to paddle flat-water trail, which includes miles of fresh water teeming with wildlife. The Orange River provides important inland waterfowl and wading bird habitat in Downeast Maine and also supports bald eagles, deer wintering, and brook trout fisheries.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Cross-Country Skiing
Location Trescott Twp
Difficulty Moderate
Length4.5 miles, Network

This peninsula in Cobscook Bay can be explored on a 1.5 mile forested loop hiking trail, or a 3 mile round trip on a grassy lane through forest, old fields and orchards.