View Connector Trails
From the intersection of 220 and 137, take 220 south for 1.8 miles. Turn right at Freedom Pond Road. The trailhead is 1.0 miles along the road on the right-hand side. Parking is alongside the road.
Dave Rock Trail begins opposite the Goose Ridge Trail on the north side of the Freedom Pond Road. This rolling trail crosses land owned by the New England Forestry Foundation. The trail crosses beautiful riparian areas dominated by hemlocks and elevation rises from there until it skirts the edge of cornfields before coming out on Rte 220 in Knox. blue blazes
Note that the trailhead for the Goose Ridge trail is on the opposite (south) side of the road.
Please respect that this trail is on privately-owned property and help keep this open to the public.
No overnight camping is allowed. Because hunting is allowed on many adjoining properties, we recommend that hikers wear blaze orange when using Midcoast Conservancy trails during hunting season.
Visit the Midcoast Conservancy website for more information or contact:
290 US Route One
PO Box 439
Edgecomb, ME 04556
Phone: (207) 389-5150
Check for nearby geocaches to Dave Rock.
Leave No Trace Principle
Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
Make a small campsite, preferably where there is no vegetation.