Forest Legacy Trails
View Connector Trails
From Oquosoc Village in RangeleyTake, follow ME Route 16 west 9.1 miles and take a left onto Mud Pond Road. Follow Mud Pond Road for another half mile to a parking lot. The trailhead is across from the parking area.
By boat, head west across Cupsuptic/Mooselookmeguntic Lake from Haines Landing at the end of ME Route 4 in Oquossoc. The trailhead from the water is marked by a boat dock.
With a network of trails over eight miles long, the Forest Legacy property offers hiking opportunities of varying length and levels of difficulty from moderate to advanced. The trails connect to four lake-front campsites managed by the Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve and available for use with permission from Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust. The 1,200 acre parcel was acquired by the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust from a Timber company in 1994 utilizing federal conservation funds from the Forest Legacy Program. The property has been kept as a working forest and is managed for forest products production using sustainable forest techniques.
As with all Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust properties, there is a carry-in, carry-out policy. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Camping and fires are only permitted in the designated area. Camping sites need to be reserved with Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust beforehand; use the contact information below.
Visit Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust online for more information or contact:
Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust
PO Box 249
Oquossoc, ME 04964
Phone: (207) 864-7311
Check for nearby geocaches to Forest Legacy Trails.
Leave No Trace Principle
Leave What You Find
Leave the trail work to the pros: they will add or remove blazes, cairns (stone trail markers), structures, and trail improvements as deemed necessary.