The Richard and Virginia Weinland Nature Study Area encompasses close to forty acres, which comprised a portion of the area that used to be known as the Condon Forest. Last cut over in the 1970s, the land is now wooded and includes a variety of woodland spaces with both hard and soft wood stands, a brook, wetlands, and granite outcroppings on the ridge to the west. All these features are visible along a one-mile walking trail through the property.
For more information and a print map, please visit Blue Hill Heritage Trust online, or contact:
Weinland Nature Study Area is located off of ME-175, 1 mile south of the ME-175/177 intersection. Turn left onto Gray Ridge Road (unmarked). Parking area is located 0.25 miles on right.
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