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From the Winslow end of the Waterville-Winslow Bridge (Route 201), proceed north 0.6 miles along Benton Avenue. Turn right onto Dean Street. A trailhead kiosk is located next to the ball field and track. The trails can also be approached around the tennis courts back of the High School on Danielson Street, or along a paved trail past the Junior High School. 


All trails are 10 feet wide and level. This is a great place for a regular, easy, daily jog or stroll. If your child is learning to ride a bike there is no safer place to do so.

Other Information

These trails are much used by residents of nearby neighborhoods and by school classes. From the school campus area follow Trail signs on Choate and Stobie Street to Scott Park on Benton Avenue, then around the park on a paved trail to the Two Cent Bridge. 

Trail Manager

Visit the Town of Winslow online for more information or contact:

Parks and Recreation

Town of Winslow
Parks and Recreation
6 Wentworth Court
Waterville, ME 04901
Phone: (207) 872-2776


debcrump July 21, 2015, 2:47 pm EDT

Several different trails. All well maintained and beautiful. Different types of hiking from easy packed gravel, grassed open areas to wooded trails.

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