The preserve’s beautiful salt marshes and mixed forests offer ideal habitat for birds and other wildlife.
Located on Westport Island, the North End Lobster Co-op wharf provides deep water access to fishermen in the area, benefiting more than 40 families.
Approximately 50 fishing and harvesting families are supported by this property’s working waterfront access.
Penny Lake Preserve features a mile of family friendly trails, including one that is ADA handicapped accessible.
Visitors explore the property’s half-mile trail network that weaves through spruce and moss to the shores of Broad Cove.
Supports the lobstering activities of co-op members, and a portion of the property is also leased to a family-owned and operated bait processing facility that provides bait to fishermen throughout the area.
Ragged and Bald Mountains form the centerpiece of a conservation area prized for its recreational trails, rocky summits, and scenic views that include Penobscot Bay and the White Mountains.
The River-Link is a five-mile trail and wildlife corridor on the Boothbay Peninsula.
Accommodating up to 10 fishermen, this 1.9-acre property includes two pier structures, convenient deep water access, moorings, and gear storage space.
Wharf serves more than 30 fishing boats with all-tide access, bait, fuel, parking, and two hydraulic winches with booms.
Founded in 1972 by 12 local fishermen, the Co-op now serves roughly 40 boats and 70 fishermen.
One of the most significant lobster landing sites on the coast of Maine, supporting more than 75 boats.