Central Maine

David Rancourt Preserve

Preserve contains a walking trail, a hand-carry boat launch, two beautiful sand beaches and a scenic overlook.

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Gardiner Landing

Boaters and kayakers use the landing to access the river, anglers fish for bass, and others enjoy scenic picnic tables.

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Howard Hill

Forming the wooded backdrop to the Maine State House, Howard Hill features an inviting network of trails.

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Jamies Pond

Features nearly six miles of family friendly hiking trails, a boat launch site, and four-season fishing opportunities.

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Kennebec Highlands

Many miles of trails are available for hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, and ATV riding.

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Lake George Regional Park

Lake George Regional Park is a day-use lakeside park with year-round educational programs, trails, amenities and events.

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Lakeside Orchards

Lakeside Orchards grows many varieties of apples and other fruit, and operates a retail store.

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Meadow Brook Farm

The farm is part of a larger conservation area that includes the neighboring Sturtevant Farm, the former homestead of an American Revolutionary War veteran.

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Northern Headwaters

Forming the heart of a 28-mile network of trails in Waldo County, the Northern Headwaters Preserve includes prime habitat for spawning salmon on the Sheepscot River.

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Old Crow Ranch

Old Crow Ranch specializes in grass-fed cattle and organically fed hogs and chickens.

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Parker Pond Headland

Features more than 2.5 miles of moderate hiking trails that wind underneath a towering hemlock forest before reaching scenic ledges high above the pond.

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Skowhegan Gorge

Located in the heart of the town, the Somerset Gorge is popular with anglers and whitewater enthusiasts.

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