Bald Pate Mountain Preserve

Peabody-Fitch Woods

  • Location: Narramissic Rd
  • Description: A foot trail of moderate difficulty accesses views of the White Mountains to the northwest and Maine’s western foothills to the north. The blue-blazed trail leads 0.7 miles to a small quarry that was the source of the granite for the foundations of the farm buildings.

Pondicherry Park 

(owned and maintained by the Town of Bridgton, protected by a LELT conservation easement)

  • Location: Depot St, Bridgton
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  • Description: Located in the center of Bridgton with ample parking. The park is a protected landscape of woods, trails, wildlife habitat, wetlands, and streams attracting people to low-impact recreation.

Bridgton & Denmark

Pleasant Mountain Preserve


Mayberry Hill Preserve

Hacker’s Hill Preserve

  • Location: Quaker Ridge Rd
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  • Description: This 27-acre preserve provides 360-degree views of the White Mountains, Pleasant Mountain, and the Lakes Region. This property is open to the public for scenic viewing, picnicking, bird watching, hunting, small events, and walking.
  • A short, mowed trail meanders around the edge of the field.


Crooked River Forest at Intervale


Raymond Community Forest, Raymond

  • Location: Conesca Rd, Raymond
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  • Description: With 4 miles trails, RCF offers a wide range of hiking experiences. Take to the loop trails in the lower forest for an easy, relatively flat walk. Head up the Pismire Bluff trail for a bit of a workout with great views from Pismire Mountain. Do all 4 miles of trails if you’re up for a couple hours in the woods. 

Other Preserves

Click here for a full list of places we protect. While these preserves don’t have formal trail networks, many are suitable for walking and exploring on foot.

Contact us if you have questions about a specific preserve or trail.

Trail Conditions

To find out information about hiking trail conditions, please contact us, visit Maine Trail Conditions, or check out the Maine Hiking Facebook Group to report and view conditions on certain trails.