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it was a piece of nice woods ...the air was still and it was quiet...peaceful.

15 days ago

nice trail. not well marked lots of shortcuts and hairpin turns. nice ups and downs. I'm looking forward to coming back with a bike

Love being able to walk along the granite rocks all the way to lighthouse. Really cool to be able to get up close to the lighthouse. Great views.

Ventured on the Sawyer Mtn Road trail to the summit of Sawyer Mountain for some winter hiking today, after some fresh snow. While we didn't need our snowshoes, the microspikes were almost required with the layer of sneaky ice under the new snow.

There were many small fallen trees to hike around in the ravine area (trail work in the spring could fix this.) The ice and tree dodging made this trek longer than expected.

All in all a fun time that took about 2 hours to the summit and 1 hour back down.

Next time we'll try the Sherwood Libby Trail (longer trail).

Beautiful in December

Decent family bike ride. Lots of stops between the Waterman drive intersection and bug light. Bug light park is a nice spot to let the kids and or dog romp around.

Great place to walk the dog or take the family. Views of Portland and and ocean surround the island. There are a couple of little beaches which are fun at low tide. Parking is often an issue. Get there early or risk not being able to park.

The trail now has nature cards placed randomly on the white trail. These should be great for kids to discover and learn. Nothing beats a hike in the fall.

2 months ago

Long, flat trail through Scarborough Marsh. Nice place to picnic and walk the dogs.

Fun trail fairly easy with some steeper hills. Lots of roots and unsteady ground. Beautiful views. Great little ferry homes kids and grown ups created all along the path.

2 months ago

lots of hunting nearby and trail dug up by dirt bikes. had to turn around about a mile in due to recent rains making the trail impassable at thT point.

Great path ! Took my friend and me around 1h9m. We did stop at the overlooks and take pics . Our average pace was about 18 -20 min/mile - so it could be completed in around 40 minutes! A few things about the trail ; very very rooty! Also it had down poured yesterday and a lot of the trail was still mucky. Neither of these are cons - just information I would personally have liked to know before I hiked so I thought I would share.

Great walk, lots of birds in the Marshes.

Perfect day for a nice long trail hike with my dog. Gorgeous views. Lots of bird sightings and evidence of other wildlife. (Only down side was hearing construction close by).

3 months ago

Pleasant, easy walk. Elevated all along the edge of the shoreline, but still within the woods. Very picturesque.

I love this trail. Nice expansive woods with varying terrain. Light foot traffic so it a good one to avoid crowds in Southern Maine.

Excellent short hike with stunning views of the tidal flats. My wife and I hiked this gem on Friday. We saw seals fishing as the tide retreated. Can be hiked in sneakers like we did but highly recommended a good pair of boots due to the roots and uneven footing.

Very pretty. Easy for kiddos. I had my 22 month old walk it :) very nice bridges as well!

easy trail with great views! no bikes allowed.

Loved this place! And so did my dog! It connects up with other trails. Definitely wear some good water-resistant foot gear!

Beautiful, light filtered, hike in the woods. Great view on the top. If you have your dog off leash, be sure to mind the signs to releash your dog near the top. They are not kidding when they say it’s a sheer 150 ft drop.

3 months ago

There is no trailhead sign, the trails are not marked at all. Trail itself was decent, limited parking.

great hammock spot and many wildflowers

I've been following the mill brook all my life.now their is a nice path..very nice.and good job.

Beautiful views with a little bit of everything- woods, coastline, river/slough. Exquisite overlook - don’t miss it! Not hard but a very uneven path - if you have ANY balance or mobility issues, bring a walking stick.

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4 months ago

Really fun trail with lots of side trails. Dog loved it. Not too many people on a Friday afternoon.

The cemetery is gorgeous. My kids and I loved the trails.

4 months ago

There are all kinds of trails in this area that neither AllTrails nor the paper map you can get at the trailhead show. As is typical for a suburban trial system, several different groups appear to have created their own trails for their own purposes in hiking, biking, or snowmobiling. A decent hiking trail, mostly flat, some water crossings and a watering hole and low-level waterfall to take in over lunch. A much better mountain-biking, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing series of trails. Watch for bikers; we had to step off the trail and let some by. Incredibly well-maintained bridges. We got "lost" in the network of trails several times, but then again I was looking to explore the trails not shown on the maps. I did not start marking waypoints until we were well into the hike, so I omitted marking a yellow trail we took and a green one we did not.

Such a beautiful place, pet friendly, on the cliffs next to the ocean

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