Clifford Park In-Town Loop is a 2.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Biddeford, ME that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Parking lot located on Pool St. in Biddeford
The trails were washed out in alot of places and we had to walk around huge puddles in other spots...defiently watch your step when walking as there are a lot of rocks and branches you may not see at first; defiently would consider this a moderate trail. I wish the map @ the beginning showed which trail the waterfall was on (I only knew it was the red one after reading comments on here, and we were already back to the car). Some of the trail colors are also hard to follow as their just spray painted on the trees and sometimes camouflaged into the trees. Other then that we enjoyed our time and will be going back to try to find the waterfall next time.
Great short trail! Will also be great for snowshoeing. We did black, to blue, orange, to red (the BEST...make sure you do red and pass by the waterfall), to black and it took about an hour. Good for dogs to roam and adventure as well. Nice quick, easy hike if you want to get out but don't have a lot of time.
Highly recommended! Trails are labeled easy moderate and difficult so you can choose what you'd like!
Very disappointed. The paper trail map was all but useless. The trails went every which way and were not well marked, it was buggy and not pretty at all. Parking was easy. Mostly flat around the perimeter black trail. Take some bug spray.
I've been year a few times over the summer with my boyfriend to hike and we explored many wonderful trails. We just got snowshoes and came here to try them out and found numerous trails we hadn't been on before. It's surprising how big this park is and it's right in the middle of Biddeford. Love coming here for convience.
Good place to let the dogs to run around. No real peak or summit. There's a waterfall on the backside a little ways off the trail. My dog always go swimming to cool down. Definitely gets muddy during those times of years, but a nice hike none-the-less.