Located in Harpswell, Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s 122-acre Whaleboat Island Preserve features a rocky shoreline that invites exploration at low tide, a grassy meadow ideal for picnics, and three secluded campsites.
Located in Lubec, the Wharf on Johnson’s Bay offers fishermen a full-service buying station for lobsters, crabs, clams, urchins, periwinkles, and scallops. Thirty-eight lobster and scallop boats and nearly 120 skiff fishermen sell their products to the Wharf. Its location outside of the Lubec Narrows allows for a safe approach and berthing for the unloading of vessels.
The Whistle Stop Trail winds 14 miles through the scenic hills of Western Maine, connecting the towns of Jay and Farmington. This mostly gravel surfaced trail is open year round for multiple uses, and offers beautiful views of the region’s rolling farmland landscape.
Located in Unity, this 233-acre farm includes hayfields, cropland, a working woodlot , and a portion of the 47-mile Hills to Sea Trail. Conserved by the Sebasticook Region Land Trust, the farm is found along a six-mile section of the long-distance trail that offers scenic views of Unity and many opportunities to observe wildlife.
Located in Harrington, Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Frank. E Woodworth Preserve includes 127 acres on Willard Point, at the end of Ripley Neck, 3-acre Hog Island, and two smaller islands. Visitors will find a 1.8-mile loop trail that leads through moss-carpeted woodlands, with many of the trees more than a century old.