Singing Meadows is a 16-acre hardwood-rimmed field, once part of an old saltwater farm. It is a haven for a wide variety of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, fox and moose. The crickets, katydids, grasshoppers and cicadas add their “voices” to the amphibians’ croaking and the birds’ songs, making this truly a Singing Meadows.
The Boothbay Region Land Trust (BRLT) manages the preserve and has worked to preserve the scenic beauty of the Boothbay region since 1980 through conserving land for the benefit and enjoyment of the residents and visitors.
BRLT properties are open for quiet, low impact activities. When visiting this BRLT property, please observe the following rules:
Visit Boothbay Regional Land Trust online for more information and a printable map or contact:
From US Route 1 in Edgecomb, take ME Route 27 south 1.0 miles. Bear right onto Mason Road and continue to Eddy Road. Turn right onto Eddy Road and follow for 0.1 miles. Turn left onto Cross Point Road, and Singing Meadows Preserve is 0.3 miles on your right.
From Boothbay Center, travel north on ME Route 27 for 8 miles from the monument. Turn left onto the Eddy Road and travel 0.4 miles. Turn left onto the Cross Point Road, and Singing Meadows is 0.3 miles on your right.
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