Knight’s Pond is a 300-acre preserve popular for ice skating, fishing, dog walking, mountain biking, trail running, snowmobiling, hunting, and more.
Leavitt Plantation is a popular destination for hunters, snowmobilers, hikers, cross-country skiers and mountain bikers, and has more than 80 miles of recreational trails.
Libby Hill Forest is home to an 8.1-mile network of multi-use trails with options for hikers, snowmobilers, cross-country skiers, horseback riders, mountain bikers, and others.
The Little Ossipee is popular with paddlers and fishermen as it carves through inland York County before its confluence with the Saco River.
Preserve is part of more than 500 acres of uninterrupted conserved land, and protects critical wildlife habitat while providing public access for hiking, hunting, and fishing.
Maquoit Bay Conservation Area features a 0.6-mile trail that leads to a rocky outcrop overlooking the scenic bay
The farm features pastures and hay fields, woodlands and stream wetlands, and a herd of award-winning purebred registered Belted Galloway beef cattle.
Morgan Meadow offers a wild setting on 1,111 acres of unbroken woodlands and freshwater wetlands, making it an attractive destination for wildlife-watching and hunting.
This 691-foot mountain is the centerpiece of one of the largest remaining expanses of undeveloped forests in coastal New England.
Noon Family Sheep Farm markets organic lamb at select fairs and festivals through their barbecue food booth.
Pine Point Municipal Pier provides access for dozens of lobster boats and clam skiffs, generating income for more than 50 fishermen and families.
Visitors enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, hunting, back-country skiing, and other outdoor activities.