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|Length||5.9 miles, One Way|
The Sanford-Springvale Rail Trail is a six-mile trail built on the old rail bed that passes through Sanford. Running easterly from the Lebanon town line, this multi-use trail is used year round by hikers, bicyclists, walkers, joggers, cross-country skiers, horses, ATV riders, and snowmobilers.
|Location||Arundel, Biddeford, Kennebunk|
|Length||6.1 miles, One Way|
This off-road section of the Eastern Trail provides over six miles of flat, easy, and scenic terrain connecting Biddeford, Arundel, and Kennebunk. It also includes the only pedestrian bridge over the Maine Turnpike.
|Length||2.5 miles, Network|
This 27-acre preserve is adjacent to the Kennebunk's 45-acre Wonder Brook Park. These parcels offer a wooded 3-mile hike close to the center of town with views of Wonder Brook and the Kennebunk River. Ideal for bird watching or quiet noontime stroll.