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Hiking in New Gloucester, ME

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A magnificent find not far from the acclaimed Pineland Estate (which no longer allows dogs). Two different trails a... trails.com

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4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

TO TRAILHEAD: US 295 N to exit 22 (Freeport/Durham). Turn R at end of exit ramp, then L at stop sign onto Powna... backpacker.com

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General Description This is an absolutely great park for locals and visitors. The area offers a large picnic gro... wildernet.com

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Imagine one of those hot summer days when a brilliant sun steams through the haze of a high, pale blue sky, and the... trails.com

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Over 800 acres with 35 campsites, picnic area, shelter, ballfield, playground - trails for hiking, biking, hors... visitmaine.com

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Gems of 26

Poland, ME

"The Gems of 26" include the Maine Wildlife Park, the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, the Poland Spring Preserv... visitmaine.com

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Located in the heart of downtown Auburn, Bonney Park is a hub for the Auburn Riverwalk and a link to the Lewisto... traillink.com

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Maine's premier waterfowling guide specializing in sea ducks. We operate in Casco Bay, Muscongus Bay, Penobscot... visitmaine.com

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Imagine one of those hot summer days when a brilliant sun steams through the haze of a high, pale blue sky, and the... trails.com

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There are two main loop trails, each approximately 1.3 miles long and each taking about 40 minutes to complete. How... trails.com

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General Description Bradbury Mountain State Park offers camping at 41 tent / RV sites with fresh drinking water,... wildernet.com

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Libby Hill Trails provide seven miles of walking, hiking, mountain biking, groomed cross country ski, and snows... visitmaine.com

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Located on both sides of Route 231, the Pineland Unit includes more than 600 acres of land in New Gloucester, Gray a... maine.gov

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4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

This 5.4-mile paddle runs two rivers past stretches of undeveloped land, ending just short of a steep rapid. Bo... backpacker.com

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Wolfe’s Neck Woods Trail

Cushing Briggs, ME

Located on a long peninsula that juts into scenic Casco Bay, Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park is 233 acres of shady fo... trails.com

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An easy hike from the parking lot to the best view - about 1/2 mile. The view looks over Panther lake and towar... localhikes.com

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