Midcoast Conservancy’s 216-acre Bass Falls Preserve in Alna lies on a scenic stretch of the Sheepscot River known for its striped bass.
This park is a quiet place to swim, fish, observe wildlife, and enjoy the beauty of the Maine coast.
With two piers, multiple buildings, cold storage for bait, ample parking, and fuel storage onsite, the facility is an important landing and lobster buying station for the area.
Clarry Hill is the centerpiece of a 500-acre Midcoast Conservancy conservation area that features a scenic hiking trail that offers ocean and mountain views.
Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site highlights one of the earliest sites of European settlement in North America.
A 3-mile trail system traverses the preserve’s 125 acres of forest, wetlands, open fields, high knolls, and ravines.
Dodge Point boasts over 8,000 feet of frontage on the Damariscotta River with pocket beaches and picturesque views from the shore.
Lobster Cove features three miles of trails and a meadow that is a popular spot for picnics and school outings.
Maine Fresh Lobster property services about 10 lobster boats seasonally providing fuel, bait, and a point of sale for up to 19 lobstermen.
The preserve’s beautiful salt marshes and mixed forests offer ideal habitat for birds and other wildlife.
Located on Westport Island, the North End Lobster Co-op wharf provides deep water access to fishermen in the area, benefiting more than 40 families.
Approximately 50 fishing and harvesting families are supported by this property’s working waterfront access.