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Boothbay Region Land Trust is an accredited land conservation nonprofit which seeks to conserve for the public benefit the natural habitat, scenic beauty and working land of the Boothbay region. We manage 26 public preserves with 35 miles of hiking...more
Find yourself a map of the many trails that are managed by the Trust. Each one has a nice little parking lot, decent maps, and info. The trails are well marked and clear. The most challenging are Ovens Mouth and Zak.
Well marked trails with parking. Each location is different. We have hiked or walks all but one. Their web site is very informative and level of difficulty clearly and accurately described. Although we only show up once a year we feel strongly enough to donate...More
We have been hiking the Boothbay Region Land Trust trails during our stay in the area for 4 years now. One trail we do almost daily is Penny Lake just outside of the town of Boothbay Harbor. We leave our rental spot, walk through town...More
The Boothbay Region Land Trust has moved it’s headquarters to the Oak Point Farm on Samoset Road. This property offers excellent trails for hiking, a fresh water pond, access to the Sheepscott River for boaters old apple orchards, and an amazing amount of natural landscapes!...More
The Boothbay Region Land Trust manages 20+ nature reserves in the area with well-maintained trails and guide maps. I have been to several of them and my favorites are Porter Preserve and Lobster Cove Meadow. (Don't forget to bring mosquito repellent when you do these...More
A real bonus for those of us living here. Great staff, interesting programs for adults and for children as well.
Preserves are well maintained, user friendly, good places to re-energize.
Keep up the good work.
They do have a nice wide .5 mile loop mulch trail at Penny Lake which would be fine for a stroller. It has a bridge along the trail that offers a view of the lake with benches for snacking and resting a bit.