Hide Map


From the intersection of Sawyer Road and ME Route 77 in South Portland, follow Sawyer Road south 1.3 miles and look for the parking area and trailhead on the left. Coming from the South, follow Sawyer Road nor from its intersection with ME Route 77 in Scarborough for 2.1 miles and look for the parking and trailhead on the right.


This 71 acre parcel was donated to the Town for preservation and includes extensive woodlands, wetlands, a pond and a meadow. Grades on the trails can be steep and bridges and boardwalks have been constructed.

Trail Manager

Visit the Town of Cape Elizabeth online for more information or contact:

Conservation Commission

Town of Cape Elizabeth
Conservation Commission
PO Box 6260
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
Phone: (207) 799-0115


iceflame September 03, 2018, 11:58 pm EDT

The trail map at the trailhead looks a bit different from what's on this site (will post a pic for reference), and it's not marked as well as some other trails I've been on, but it's otherwise a great trail. Passed maybe eight or nine bikers- trail is very well packed down and good for that activity. Lots of people on it on a Friday evening, but the parking was ample. There aren't any spectacular views but it was bugless and still a pleasant forest walk for me.

marjswan April 30, 2018, 3:04 pm EDT

Great little loop of a trail. Easy to get lost so be sure to make note of the trail markings. Nice field opening at the beginning of the trail so bring a picnic! Surprisingly quiet on a Saturday mid-day in April.

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