This dirt road provides easy access to nature, running the the length of RLHT's Kennebago 3000 Conservation Area. It leads through a mixture of habitats, including alder streams, wetlands, and deciduous forest. The Kennebago River runs roughly parallel to the road.
This property is well known for birding (an eBird hotspot!), fly-fishing, paddling, hunting and snowmobiling.
For additional information, visit the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust website, or contact:
Take ME-16 W and go 1.4 miles from its junction with ME-4 to the south end of Boy Scout Road on the right.
FROM WILSONS MILLS
Take ME-16 E toward Oquossoc and go 19.6 miles to the south end of Boy Scout Road on the left.
There are several unimproved areas along the dirt road on which to pull off and park.
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