The fire tower allows visitors to view Mt. Washington and the Camden Hills on a clear day. The trails are moderately difficult, including some elevation gain through a conifer-hardwood forest that includes many old sugar maples. Blueberry picking was popular along the Blueberry Trail until the forest grew in around the fields, but the Kennebec Land Trust is working to rejuvenate the blueberry fields so that hikers can enjoy a sweet treat during the later summer months. The Mount Pisgah Conservation Area contains 800 acres of permanently conserved land, including 94 acres called the Mount Pisgah Fire Tower property, which is owned by the town of Winthrop.
Snowmobiles permitted only on clearly-marked trails.
For more information about the land or the trails, visit the Kennebec Land Trust online, or contact:
From ME-133 in Wayne turn south onto Fairbanks Road. At the end, turn left onto the Mt. Pisgah Road. Travel south about 1.7 miles – the parking lot is on the left.
From ME-202, turn onto North Main Street and go into North Monmouth. After about 0.7 miles, turn right on New Road, which becomes Mt. Pisgah Road. Continue for approximately 1.6 miles – the parking lot is on the right.
No parking restrictions are in place alongside the roadway to help with crowding and traffic/road safety. DO NOT park on abutting property of the neighbors or block access to their property.
This trail is experiencing high-use.
Please consider visiting only during low-use times like weekdays. Do not overfill the parking lot or park on the road, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. If parking lot is full, you should consider the trails to be full and too crowded for social distancing. Leave home with a Plan B. If the lot is crowded, please protect your health, the health of the community, and the trails themselves, by choosing a different property and/or trying again later.
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