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Timber Point is a 1.4 mile out and back trail located near Biddeford, Maine that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is best used from May until October.

Length 1.4 mi Elevation gain 32 ft Route type Out & Back
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Beach Forest Views No dogs
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Emily Hettrick
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Hiking

Super nice trail...great for taking a baby in a stroller...fun to play on the rocks at low tide! Only thing is definitely bring bug spray

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Jeff Erlbaum
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Dana Dixon-CHo
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A strong word of caution… Don’t park your car very low in the marshy area on the lower parking lot. When we returned, the tide had come in, and if we did not have a pick up truck, we would have been in very big trouble!

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Jill Blake
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Beautiful

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Alexis Szynal
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Hiking

TOO MANY Mosquitoes!!!

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Agata Marzec
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Nice flat trail, go when the tide is low so you can walk to the island. Good shoes are recommended if you plan on walking around the island-lots of rocks! Lots of bugs too. Good walk especially for a cloudy day. 5 parking spots right at the trail head. Have fun!

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JaymieMarie Frazier
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Hiking

Great trail for kids with a lot to see along the way. We try to catch it at low tide to be able to extend the trip out to the island.

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Jessica Fereday
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Hiking

Great wide easy trail. We hiked across at low tide to the Island... very cool. The old homestead is beautiful. Def bring bug spray.

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Becci Hosterman
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Great trails leads to the channel. Great views. Definitely bring your bug spray.

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Iris Dennison
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Easy n nice

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Becky O’Keefe
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Hiking

Such a cute easy walk for our kids with great ocean views!

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Sierra O
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I chose this trail because a favorite was too busy, and boy am I glad I did. This trail gives you bits of Maine everywhere you step from the rocky coast, to cattails, and tree-lined paths with plenty to see off trail. Low tide is definitely the time to go and explore the ocean floor while you can; finishing off at the Ewing House is the ultimate reward I was not expecting but somehow wished for. A must see.

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Spencer Shoop
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Beautiful short walk

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Preston Bowden
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It’s a nice relaxing short walk.

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Kevin Taschereau
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Hiking

Beautiful beach views but extremely limited parking.

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Laura Kuhs
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HikingBugs

We loved this easy trail with our 3 year old. It was just before twilight and there were a lot of mosquitos, but the weekend after labor day there were almost no other visitors and nice parking. We'll definitely come back!

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Phil Gordon
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Hiking

This is a short and very easy walk with beautiful views. Timber Island, at the end of the trail, is accessible by land bridge only at low tide. The old Ewing property, built in 1931, is still standing and is worth a look. There are plenty of places along the trail to rest and enjoy the scenery.

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Anna Vichniakova
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Hiking

This is our first time using the App and it’s been so helpful! This is a perfect short hike with a young family (with a 9, 6 and 2.5 year old and 7 month old in tow). Easy route, short enough for the second youngest to walk it. Stunning views - marshes, woods, ocean - what else can one want! The trail is well maintained with clear signs and helpful information.

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Genevieve de Pasquale
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Beau petit parcours. Bâtiments historiques et point de vue et accès à la plage de Goose rocks.

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Anisa Woodsum
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Hiking

beautiful, quiet, peaceful but the misquotes!

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H.E. Stuart
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beautiful area. would like to return at low tide sometime to check out the island

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Tom Tammaro
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Hiking

His was a fun hike. Well maintained and flat. We were unsure if we were walking down the Correct entrance as it looked like a driveway to the private residence. The path is full of poison ivy which was a little concerning having young children. However that’s unavoidable when you are hiking. There is a beautiful bench that overlooks Goose Rocks Beach under the shade of a tree perfect for a picnic or just to rest. The historic buildings are interesting but would be more fun to go through.

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Marcia Nelson
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Easy walk, beautiful views and the historic building were a great bonus. A hidden gem tucked along the Maine coast.

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Carrie Gajowski
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Walking

Nice find today. This area was beautiful and shaded from the sun during parts of the walk. Nice all around!

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AllTrails CCH
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Absolutely gorgeous! Loved all the old buildings and all the little paths out to the ocean.

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Deborah Beaulieu
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Warning: no dogs. - drove all the way out here with an excited five year old and dog. Awesome.

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Cassidy Calvert
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Walking

Beautiful spot, got some professional pictures done here and they came out awesome. Many areas for different scenery. Short to moderate length walk with plenty to see! Beach, woods, rocks, abandoned house hundreds of years old.. love this place!

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Samuel Hull
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Walking

What a hidden gem! A wooded pathway through maple swamps, alongside tidal estuaries and even an awesome historic beach front estate property, now vacant. Well cared for, limited parking and very clear signage along the way. On a late November Sunday, we only encountered 2 other walkers; maybe more crowded in summer.

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Michael Nason
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First to Review

great family freindly hike for all ages right along the coast.

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