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|Difficulty||Easy, Advanced, Moderate|
|Length||2.2 miles, Network|
A100 acre wildlife preserve obtained by the City of Saco under the Land for Saco’s Future program. The sanctuary comprises a diverse confluence of ecological habitats including mature upland forest, fields, marsh, stream, vernal pools and wetland.
|Length||7.4 miles, Network|
This extensive trail network provides several trail experiences of varying lengths that allow visitors to explore one of the largest un-fragmented forest blocks on the Southern Maine Coast as well as the highest area in Kennebunkport.
|Length||7.0 miles, Network|
Enjoy seven miles of easy to moderate trails to experience the beauty of south coastal Maine's diverse landscape including salt marsh, farmland, forest, and beach. Trails are available year round for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.
|Length||2.0 miles, Network|
Tatnic Hills Preserve is dominated by second growth forest and extensive wetlands that provide resting and nesting habitat for reptiles and amphibians. The trails wind through oak pine forest and oak-hickory forest with excellent views of pocket wetlands and old homesteads.
|Length||0.6 miles, Round Trip|
Also known as Picnic Rock, this quiet 14-acre forested preserve is situated on the Kennebunk River. The woodland trail leads to a ledge overlook at a bend in the tidal river where cormorants and shorebirds are commonly observed.