The Four Seasons Adventure Trail is a 29-mile gravel surfaced trail that connects Newport, Corinna, Dexter, Sangerville and Dover-Foxcroft. The trail is open year round for multiple uses, and features views of Sebasticook Lake, Corinna Bog, the East Branch of the Sebasticook, and Lake Wassookeag.
Located in Piscataquis County, Gulf Hagas–Whitecap is a 10,000-acre conservation area containing productive forestlands, numerous campsites, hiking trails, and a segment of the popular Interconnected Trail System for snowmobiles. This Forest Society of Maine led project also protects eastern brook trout habitat and supports Atlantic salmon restoration.
The Katahdin Forest Project includes some of the most heavily used recreational areas of the Northern Forest for hiking, snowmobiling, fishing, canoeing, and white water rafting. The project also includes a conservation easement protecting a working forest that is the backbone of the Katahdin region.
Located in the heart of Piscataquis County, Nahmakanta Public Reserve is 43,000 acres of wildlife-rich forests, low ledge-covered mountains, numerous streams, narrow gorges, and 24 great ponds. Visitors venture to this remote area throughout the year.
Located in eastern Piscataquis County, the 21,369-acre Seboeis Lake Public Reserve offers tremendous outdoor recreational opportunities in a remote setting for campers, boaters, fishermen, hunters, and wildlife watchers.