Adjacent to the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge and other protected lands, Brave Boat Headwaters is located within the Mount A to Sea Conservation Area.
Part of a 3,000-acre block of undeveloped land, the preserve is ideal for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, birdwatching, and peaceful getaways.
Ferry Beach State Park offers several activities for people of all ages including picnicking, hiking, birdwatching, and swimming on a white sand ocean beach.
This 151-acre preserve features a wildlife viewing platform, and seven trails covering more than three miles of varied terrain.
Located on the edge of Kennebunk’s village center, Hope Woods features towering trees, diverse wildlife, and fields of wildflower
John Hancock Wharf provides three commercial lobster boats loading and unloading capacity, gear and bait storage, parking and access to fuel.
A network of trails and dirt roads welcomes birdwatchers, dog walkers, and hikers.
Anglers will find excellent bass and perch fishing, while birdwatchers will marvel at resident waterfowl, osprey, and great blue herons.
Leavitt Plantation is a popular destination for hunters, snowmobilers, hikers, cross-country skiers and mountain bikers, and has more than 80 miles of recreational trails.
The Little Ossipee is popular with paddlers and fishermen as it carves through inland York County before its confluence with the Saco River.
This 691-foot mountain is the centerpiece of one of the largest remaining expanses of undeveloped forests in coastal New England.
Noon Family Sheep Farm markets organic lamb at select fairs and festivals through their barbecue food booth.