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schnee
1 day ago

Dog park with trails along pond, stream and power lines. Lots of dogs off leash.

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
2 days ago

Absolutely beautiful place to snowshoe

Pretty as a winter walk. Shoulder of road is the plowed, so year-round parking. Be aware the bridge to the second half of the figure-eight is removed in winter so you can only do the small loop.

wandern
eisig
schnee
13 days ago

wandern
schnee
16 days ago

We parked at the Manson Street school because gates are closed in the winter and followed the snowmobile trail across the bridge to the railroad tracks and back down to the fields.

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
16 days ago

wandern
eisig
schnee
steinig
20 days ago

Just finished a New Year morning walk. There was fresh new snow and the view was wonderful. Get out there and enjoy!

Great views from the top of Norumbega Mtn. I took the Norumbega Mountain Trail out and back to avoid ice on the Goat Path. Steady but manageable hike up. Some ice at the end of December but you could step around it.

wandern
23 days ago

Trail well marked. Very nice hike.

wandern
geschlossen
24 days ago

Trail to the cove was fine. It was clearly marked and well-traveled. Loved the peacefulness of the cove and we walked on the ice. The second half of the trail is closed and impassable. Appears to be more of a woodlot at this point. Saw deer and turkeys. Easy trip from town.

wandern
Gebühren
24 days ago

Fee to enter and there has to be a parking spot to be let in - makes it not very crowded at all though, and was easy to get in midweek in the summer. Can walk on rocky beach or dirt path to go around the island.

wandern
1 month ago

Great trail! A little confusing to find. Once you’re on Hancock Pond Rd. you want to turn onto “Perley Mill Station” Way. It says it’s a Private Road however, there are many places to park for the public. (See pictures) This parking area sits in the middle of a few trails you can take. The trail to the left of the parking area is more of a Dirt Road. The trails to the right of the parking area are nicely wooded with lovely views. Great, flat trail.

wandern
1 month ago

the perfect quiet little trail with lots of sniffs for our pups! a little tough to find - we ended up parking towards the middle of the trail. we went left and walked past the pond, but it felt like we were walking on a road so we turned around and went to the right of where we parked and it felt more like a trail and was much more enjoyable. be aware that there are bear traps all over the property so keep your pups on leash!

gehen
1 month ago

Traction required. Dogs welcomed. Thought this might be more interesting in the winter. It’s still a power line easement with a couple of questionable ponds.

gehen
1 month ago

This was a frequent destination for our dog walks. We quit coming when reports of a toxic algae bloom had killed several dogs who either swam in the ponds or drank the water. Now the ponds are skimmed over in ice. We met several other owners out with their dogs. I’ve never been in love with this place. It feels like one of those waste sites reclaimed for public use. It’s bordered by a power line easement and rimmed by houses. Even in summer when everything is green and warm this place always felt tired and ragged. The dogs enjoy it and it’s a convenient stroll.

Walked from the Scarborough parking lot out to the marshes. Nice long, straight trail with no real elevation change. Would be great for biking.

fahren mit aussicht
1 month ago

Baxter Park here! Wanted to share some advice since the description of this drive is not very accurate. First of all, the road that goes between the North and South gate of Baxter State Park is called the Tote Road. The Tote Road is narrow, windy and contains pot holes. We ask all drivers to adhere to the strict 20 mph speed limit for your safety and the safety of our wildlife. Please note that the description posted here says that dogs on leash are allowed which is not true. Pets are not allowed in the Park (no, not even if you promise to keep Fido in the car the whole time). There is no cell phone service, gas stations, gift shops etc. along the road. It takes 2 hours to drive the full length. The road is open to snow sledding, skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. The Tote Road was not designed as a scenic drive and you will not get overlooks with sweeping views of Katahdin. It is a road that gives visitors access to our many trail heads. We hope that visitors will take the time to get out of their car and enjoy the sights from a trail! (Giving our road 4 stars because it is beautiful but the description posted here is highly inaccurate.)

wandern
eisig
schlammig
1 month ago

a good walk to the pond. will be coming back when I have more time to further explore the trails. muddy and a few icy spots but was to be expected after the rain we got

Quick hike with great views.

Stopped by on a whim (November 16) and saw two orange-clad hunters emerging from the trailhead so turned around. Had I stopped for the required permit I’m sure I would have been warned. Plan to return when not hunting season and surely give it more stars.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
2 months ago

Parked near the marsh and ran to the Black point road parking lot, back and forth was almost 4.5 miles. Beautiful views of crystal clear blue skies and the ruffling of leaves under our feet. Tips: don’t forget to wear orange or bright colors on the trail and in the woods in Maine for hunting season and watch for mud puddles and icy spots. Great for running and walking leisurely- stroller accessible. Benches for sitting. Dogs can be off leash after oct. 1 - Happy Hiking :)

I’m very glad we didn’t just do this hike for the ice caves. They were neat in that you had to climb down using rungs and a rope and it was nice and cool in the cave in July, but it was very small. Don’t be expecting to explore some caves. We stayed overnight at the lake and even swam, which made the hike very fun.

angeln
2 months ago

A KAYAK put-in could increase resident usage. We need a safe put in / take out for kayaks. By the way, I think this is lake a diamond in the rough, last week got a 17 inch pickerel. Martin in Freeport.

Great photo ops when you do it during a driving windy rain storm. No people in my pictures just us crazy 4 and nature

Awesome mostly because we were crazy enough to do it in a driving windy rain storm. Not another person on the 5 miles we hiked in the area. Great photo ops.

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