Western Maine

John A. Segur Wildlife Refuge

Visitors enjoy 1.5 miles of hiking trails, hunting in season, and exceptional birdwatching in the spring.

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Little Concord Pond

Hikers can venture along a scenic trail, stop at the pond’s shore to cast their fishing line, and then continue to Bald Mountain’s nearby summit for extensive views of western Maine.

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Moran’s Landing

One of many access points along the Androscoggin River Trail, this 4.7-acre preserve welcomes boaters and fishermen.

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Mount Abraham

This 6,317-acre public reserve features a challenging hiking trail which eventually connects to the Appalachian Trail.

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Orbeton Stream

This working forest easement ensures a continued source of sustainably managed and certified wood products, while guaranteeing public access for outdoor recreational activities.

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Rangeley River

Features a popular snowmobile trail that connects riders to the village of Oquossoc, while an easy one-mile hiking trail runs the length of the property, leading visitors to prime fishing spots and streamside picnic tables.

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Rapid River

Rapid River features 3.5 miles of nearly continuous Class III-IV rapids, making it one of Maine’s most spectacular whitewater rivers.

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Roberts Farm

Roberts Farm Preserve offers a 7.5-mile network of multi-use trails, including a half mile universally accessible trail to a scenic outlook.

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Rumford Whitecap

Visitors enjoy 360-degree views from the extensive granite ledges found on the preserve’s namesake mountain.

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Sabattus Mountain

Rising above Kezar Lake in the town of Lovell, this mountain showcases an incredible vista of the White Mountains from its summit ledges.

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Tumbledown/Mount Blue

Mount Blue State Park and the Tumbledown Mountain Public Reserve are part of more than 30,000 acres of conserved land featuring exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities.

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Virgil Parris Forest

The preserve features a 2-mile trail ideal for snowshoeing in the winter, and running, walking, cycling and birding during the remainder of the year.

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