This recent 0.6-mile addition to the nearly 8 miles of single track trail has been built to Universal Access Standards, which will accommodate users with disabilities due to its gentle slopes and firm surface. It is the first stage of West Side Trail’s Phase 2 universal access trail expansion, with construction slated to begin in Spring 2019 with completion in mid-2020. It is a short section of trail for now but also provides a pedestrian and bicycle connection from several Yarmouth neighborhoods to the I-295 Park & Ride facility with bus service to Freeport and Portland.
With dogs, walkers, mountain bikes and runners all frequenting this multi-use trail, caution and courtesy is required of everyone. Dog walkers must comply with the town’s Dog Control Ordinance, which should be consulted for current requirements and information.
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From downtown Yarmouth, take the ramp onto US-1 and head south 1.1 miles. Turn right into the Park-and-Ride. The trail heads west from the northern part of the parking area.
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