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From Augusta take Route 201 north to Vassalboro. Turn east on the Bog Road for approximately 2.2 miles to the intersection of the Taber Hill Road. Turn left (north) on Taber Hill Road for approximately 1 mile. Look for the KLT sign, parking lot, and registration box at the wooden gate on the left (west) side of Taber Hill Road. 


A Kennebec Land Trust (KLT) sign marks a small parking lot on the west side of Taber Hill Road. A mowed path begins at the KLT registration box and leads to the blueberry fields and the north end of the fen. A map identifies fields that are open for blueberry picking. There are no blazed trails. Boundaries are marked with small white KLT signs. No ATVs or motorized vehicles of any kind are permitted except on the designated snowmobile trail in the winter. Please respect all adjacent private property.

Other Information

Bird nesting area, no dogs permitted.

Trail Manager

Visit the Kennebec Land Trust online for more information or contact:

Kennebec Land Trust
PO Box 261
Winthrop, ME 04364
Phone: (207) 377-2848


debcrump July 21, 2015, 2:43 pm EDT

This is a great trail. It is well maintained, offers different types and difficulty of walking. They NEED to post a no dog sign, however. I had hiked this area with my dog a couple of times before I logged on here and found I out I should not have done so!

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