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Falmouth Corners White, Yellow, and Green Loop

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Falmouth Corners Preserve

Falmouth Corners White, Yellow, and Green Loop is a 1.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Falmouth, Maine that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.7 mi Elevation gain 49 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Cross country skiing Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Snowshoeing Walking Bird watching Running Forest Views Wildlife
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This 70-acre property is located on the north side of Falmouth Road between Route 9 and Allen Avenue Extension in the Ridgewood Estates development. The trails at Falmouth Corners cover over a mile of varied terrain including streams and some steep ravines. Each trail is of varying distance and difficulty but they have all been well maintained and cleared.

Phone: Falmouth Parks 207-699-5302 Address: 190 Middle Road Falmouth, ME 04105

Natural Features: A secondary growth forest of pine, hemlock and maple shields a thick understory of smaller maple, elm, and ferns. The wetlands, small brooks, and ravines are home to associated plants and small animals. There are a number of vernal pools in this area so please be aware of the breeding activity during the early spring season.

Enter Ridgewood Estates from Falmouth Road and turn left on Applewood Dr. Park at the trailhead which is behind the clubhouse.

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John Roberts
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Stacey K
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A good portion of this trail is literally in people’s backyards. I didn’t see any steep ravines like the description says. It is a simple path in the woods. Mosquitoes were out in full force so wear bug spray.

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Geoff Crain
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Nice trail at edge of a neighborhood. Walked very close to back of homes through a couple extended portions of the hike, but much of the loop is well wooded.

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Kenneth Brown
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Schuyler Ferrante
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Charlie Foxtrot
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Raymond Klein
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Capt. Lyman Stuart
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