Woodward Cove, an 18-acre Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust property, is located in Brunswick on the upper shores of its namesake cove. The preserve provides access for clammers and wormers to one of the region’s most productive mudflats.
Located in Brunswick, Woodward Point is an 87.5-acre Maine Coast Heritage Trust preserve featuring vast open fields, diverse wildlife habitats, commercially valuable coastal wetlands, and scenic views of northern Casco Bay..
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.