Downeast Maine

Mowry Beach

Features a 0.4-mile long trail that winds through a coastal marsh to an expansive sandy beach with stunning views of Campobello Island, Grand Manan, and West Quoddy Head.

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Nicatous Lake

Containing 34 miles of shoreline, seven remote ponds, and a large block of contiguous forest, Nicatous offers hiking, boating, camping, hunting, and fishing opportunities.

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Pigeon Hill

From the top of Pigeon Hill there are stunning scenes of islands, bays, and peninsulas.

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Pike Lands

Features a 1.5-mile network of trails with views of Cobscook Bay and ample opportunities for observing bald eagles, migratory songbirds, and other resident wildlife.

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Pleasant Bay

The Pleasant Bay area provides extraordinary public recreational opportunities, including kayaking, canoeing, birdwatching, hiking, hunting, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

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Quoddy Bay Lobster

Quoddy Bay Lobster provides access for up to 10 lobster boats.

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Schoodic Bog

Offers excellent wildlife viewing opportunities from a 3.5-mile loop that connects to a trail leading to nearby Schoodic Mountain, a peak with stunning 360-degree views of Frenchman Bay.

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Shackford Head

Features a 3.2-mile network of gentle hiking trails that lead to cobble beaches and scenic bluffs.

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Sipp Bay

Features hiking trails that provide excellent coastal views, a hand-carry boat launch to secluded cove, access tp productive clam flats, and scenic shoreline picnic spots.

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Sprague Pond

Hikers can explore the pond’s shoreline and nearby forests, enjoying scenic views and excellent wildlife viewing opportunities.

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Tidal Falls

Tidal Falls is an excellent place to picnic, observe wildlife, and photograph stunning coastal scenery.

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Tide Mill Farm

Located on the shores of Cobscook Bay, this 1,520-acre working farm and woodlot features more than five miles of coastline, productive clam flats, and wildlife-rich wetlands

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