The Meadow Brook – Mill Stream Conservation Area has a trail with multiple accessibility features. The 6-foot wide, hardpacked gravel path leads from a large parking lot to the Meadow Brook – Mill Stream, which flows out of Parker Pond into the Bagaduce River and the site of a newly restored alewife fish passageway. The trail is about a quarter-mile long in one direction, with a short spur to the stream. There are two easy-moderate inclines along the path.
Read about MTF Accessibility Ambassador Enock Glidden's visit to the Meadow Brook-Mill Stream Conservation Area using his wheelchair at MTF Stories.
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From the intersection of ME-175 (Bridge Street/Frank’s Flat) & ME-176 (Bagaduce/Coastal Road) in Brooksville, go 1 mile down Bagaduce Road to the parking lot and trailhead on the right. The parking area can fit at least 5 cars.
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