Visitors can explore the preserve’s open fields and dense forests en route to the scenic shores of the Sebasticook River.
This 4,974-acre property showcases snowmobiling, paddling, birdwatching, backcountry camping, hunting, and fishing opportunities.
Managed as working forests, the conservation areas offer many outdoor recreational opportunities, including ATV riding, hiking, hunting, birdwatching, and fishing.
This park features an extensive multiple-use trail system and opportunities to explore the park from the water using kayaks, canoes, or small boats.
High quality wildlife habitats along the Georges River that offer opportunities for hiking, snowshoeing and hunting.
This park offers visitors a range of recreational activities including camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, wildlife watching, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing.
This gravel surface trail is open year round for multiple uses, including: snowmobiling, ATV riding, hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking.
Visitors enjoy exploring this Vinalhaven preserve throughout the year: on land from one of four hiking trailheads and on water via kayak or small boat.
Midcoast Conservancy’s 216-acre Bass Falls Preserve in Alna lies on a scenic stretch of the Sheepscot River known for its striped bass.
Beech Hill Preserve is an extraordinary hiking, picnicking and birding destination that offers panoramic views of Penobscot Bay, the Camden hills and the St. George peninsula.
This 978-acre community forest that connects Bethel and Sunday River features hiking, mountain biking, hunting, and snowmobiling.
This park is a quiet place to swim, fish, observe wildlife, and enjoy the beauty of the Maine coast.