Hancock County

Amherst Mountains Community Forest

This 4,974-acre property showcases snowmobiling, paddling, birdwatching, backcountry camping, hunting, and fishing opportunities.

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Branch Lake Public Forest

Branch Lake Public Forest is part of a 1,164-acre conservation area that includes hiking trails, a hand carry boat launch site, and excellent fishing opportunities.

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Davis Wharf

A family-owned property that supports up to 12 commercial fishermen.

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Donnell Pond

Donnell Pond Public Land includes more than 14,000 acres of remote forests with crystal clear lakes, secluded ponds, and mountains with breathtaking views.

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Gordon’s Wharf

The wharf is the center of a community effort to celebrate the region’s granite heritage and local fisheries, and to promote public access to the sea.

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Great Pond Mountain Wildlands

This preserve offers a wide range of year-round outdoor recreational opportunities including hiking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, mountain biking, hunting, snowmobiling, camping, and birdwatching.

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Indian Point

The preserve offers a gentle 0.3-mile trail that winds through the woods, over bog bridges, and down to a scenic point on the river.

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King Hill Farm

King Hill Farm is a diversified, organic family farm that grows a wide variety of produce, and raises beef, pork, chicken, and hens for eggs.

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Long Ledges

The paths wind through an upland forest containing a small pond, vernal pools, rock outcroppings, glacial erratic boulders and a small overgrown, historic granite quarry.  

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Marshall Island

Marshall Island features miles of rugged hiking trails, remote campsites, and sandy beaches on one of the largest undeveloped islands on the eastern seaboard.

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Nicatous Lake

Containing 34 miles of shoreline, seven remote ponds, and a large block of contiguous forest, Nicatous offers hiking, boating, camping, hunting, and fishing opportunities.

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Schoodic Bog

Offers excellent wildlife viewing opportunities from a 3.5-mile loop that connects to a trail leading to nearby Schoodic Mountain, a peak with stunning 360-degree views of Frenchman Bay.

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