Located on the Canadian border in northern Washington County, Spednic Lake and the Upper Saint Croix River features traditional, backcountry recreational experiences in a near-wilderness environment for fishing, hunting, boating, camping and nature study.
Located in Hancock, Frenchman Bay Conservancy’s 4.2 acre Tidal Falls Preserve overlooks the Taunton River’s scenic, reversing falls. The property, open to the public for day use, includes a pavilion, tables, and two iron grills. Tidal Falls is an excellent place to picnic, observe wildlife, and photograph stunning coastal scenery.
Located in Edmunds Township on the shores of Cobscook Bay, this 1,520-acre working farm and woodlot features more than five miles of coastline, productive clam flats, and wildlife-rich wetlands. Portions of the property are available to the public for kayaking, picnicking, and hiking.
Located in the heart of Blue Hill Bay, Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Tinker Island Preserve offers picnicking, beachcombing, hunting, and camping in a remote setting. The preserve can be reached by boat or kayak.
Located in Lubec, the Wharf on Johnson’s Bay offers fishermen a full-service buying station for lobsters, crabs, clams, urchins, periwinkles, and scallops. Thirty-eight lobster and scallop boats and nearly 120 skiff fishermen sell their products to the Wharf. Its location outside of the Lubec Narrows allows for a safe approach and berthing for the unloading of vessels.
Located in Harrington, Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Frank. E Woodworth Preserve includes 127 acres on Willard Point, at the end of Ripley Neck, 3-acre Hog Island, and two smaller islands. Visitors will find a 1.8-mile loop trail that leads through moss-carpeted woodlands, with many of the trees more than a century old.