Fishermen’s Heritage Lobster Co-op wharf services 40 lobster boats in a fishing harbor that is one of the busiest in the state.
The park features a sandy beach, two miles of gentle hiking trails, and ample opportunities to observe wildlife, including resident osprey and migratory shorebirds.
One of the most important fisheries access points in Friendship Harbor.
The Head of Tide Preserve features two miles of hiking trails, a picnic area, and an educational permaculture garden.
Visitors enjoy launching kayaks from the boat launch, exploring an eight-mile network of hiking trail that connects to adjacent conservation lands, fishing, picnicking, and observing resident wildlife.
High Island Preserve welcomes visitors to camp, picnic, hike, and take in spectacular views from its rugged shoreline.
Isle au Haut Municipal multi-use pier directly benefits the island’s 15 commercial fishermen who land lobsters, halibut, scallops, and clams.
The most heavily trafficked wharf on the island of North Haven.
A coalition of land trusts and government agencies have joined together to conserve more than 18,000 acres of land within this critical estuary that contains more than 20% of Maine’s tidal marshes.
Lobster Cove features three miles of trails and a meadow that is a popular spot for picnics and school outings.
Maine Fresh Lobster property services about 10 lobster boats seasonally providing fuel, bait, and a point of sale for up to 19 lobstermen.
The preserve’s beautiful salt marshes and mixed forests offer ideal habitat for birds and other wildlife.