Visitors enjoy hiking, snowshoeing, hunting, back-country skiing, and other outdoor activities.
Pleasant Mountain Preserve includes the highest mountain in southern Maine and one of the defining landmarks of the Sebago Lake region.
Nearly 750 acres of working forests, critical wildlife habitat, and prime outdoor recreational opportunities.
Potts Harbor Lobster at Bibbers Wharf has been a working waterfront property for more than 40 years, serving lobstermen in the Harpswell area.
Includes 2.5 miles of trails that wind through ravines while paralleling the water’s edge before reaching scenic Presumpscot Falls.
Features 1.5 miles of hiking trails that pass by vernal pools, an old apple orchard, and the site of a former granite quarry.
The orchards and surrounding woodlands provide important wildlife habitat, and help protect the region’s drinking water source, Sebago Lake.
Features trails for hiking, walking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and mountain biking, and is open to traditional uses like hunting.
This 50-acre preserve invites hikers, paddlers, snowshoers, cross-country skiers, and ice skaters to explore unfragmented habitat along the Royal River.
Visitors will marvel at the massive white pine, red oak and hemlock trees in Robinson Woods — some as old as 300 years.
Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village has long been open to visitors who come to tour its historic buildings and learn about traditional Shaker crafts, or to picnic, hike, or cross-country ski in the surrounding forests.
The preserve offers opportunities for cross-country skiing, fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking, running, snowshoeing, swimming, and hiking.