This scenic preserve features a network of hiking trails, including a handicapped-accessible trail that leads to incredible views of Grand Manan.
Commissary Point’s diverse habitat supports a number of game species including deer and ruffed grouse.
Hunters, walkers, and cross-country skiers can explore an old woods road, while a nearby boat launch site provides kayak and boat access to the island’s wildlife-rich coastal wetlands.
Cutler Coast is a vast expanse of blueberry barrens, woodlands, peatlands, and rocky headlands interspersed with pocket coves and cobble beaches.
The trail offers several scenic viewpoints of the Saint Croix River, and the nearby St. Croix International Historic Site.
Downeast Lakes Community Forest is a working landscape with seemingly endless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
This world class fly fishing destination is also surrounded by more than 55,000 acres of community forest that welcomes hikers, hunters, snowmobilers, and other outdoor enthusiasts throughout the year.
The most heavily used commercial fishing property on Beals Island, serving nearly 100 boats annually.
A portion of the Cobscook Bay Wildlife Management Area that includes 6 miles of moderate trails and many opportunities to watch seals, waterfowl, ospreys, and eagles.
This coastal preserve is open for hiking, birdwatching, picnicking, hunting, and snowshoeing.
Jasper Beach is a scenic, pocket beach admired for its abundant smooth rocks.
The Machias River offers a true backwoods Maine experience through remote boating, fishing, and camping opportunities.