Maine Trail Finder - Search Results
|Length||0.3 miles, Network|
Scarborough Marsh Audbon Center provides a guided and self-guided walks along a nature trail as well as canoe tours and exhibits that allow visitors to explore the habitat and wildlife of Maine's largest salt marsh.
|Length||5.5 miles, Network|
The Smith Trail is the nicest trail to the summit of Sawyer Mountain. It is 2.4 miles round trip and for part of the way follows the old Sawyer Mountain Road. The trail to the summit of Sawyer Mountain on the Limington side is a 3.6 miles round trip and follows the old Sawyer Mountain Road.
|Length||0.7 miles, One Way|
The Frazier Preserve includes wetlands and forest right in downtown Gorham, and it is part of the Cross Town Trail. This is a very popular spot for mountain bikers and walkers alike as these peaceful woods are a short walk from Gorham schools and USM.
|Length||3.7 miles, Network|
Vaughan Woods State Park, a 160-acre park in southern Maine, is one Maine's hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Hundred year old trees tower over shady trails, and ancient streams feed the tranquil Salmon Falls River.
|Length||2.9 miles, Network|
Enjoy a network of trails covering 2.9 miles of varied terrain through fields, forest and over rocky ridges. Trails are available year-round for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and hunting which includes universal access with portable toilet, ample parking, and a viewing platform.