Explore the most popular trails near Lewiston with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Lewiston, Maine Map

easy and breezy

trail running
4 months ago

no firearms allowed!

nice trails and liked that they had a map with all the different trails that you can take

Great little hike/walk with many different options and scenery to see

Very fun trails with a lot to check out. some challenging areas and a lot of nice scenery. looking forward to doing it again when the weather is nice and the birds and animals will be out!

8 months ago

I drove that stretch of road twice with my daughter on Mountain Ave between College and Main. The only place that wasn't a house or driveway head no trespassing signs. It was a waste of time to look for it.

Thursday, September 07, 2017

The David Rancourt River Preserve is a fun but short loop trail the peeks out at nice vistas along the Androscoggin River. This would be a great loop for a trail run, along with the streets and another tarred path along the river nearby. I always find the Rancourt Preserve a peaceful place to visit.

trail running
Saturday, May 27, 2017

Easy and short. Peaceful!

trail running
Thursday, February 23, 2017

Quiet, clean place with plenty of forestry photo ops.

trail running
Thursday, February 23, 2017

Quiet, clean place with plenty of forestry photo ops.

Saturday, December 03, 2016

Nice trails, quiet and relaxing.

Sunday, August 07, 2016

So disappointing that dogs and geocaching aren't allowed and now even Ingress and Pokemon go are being restricted. Beautiful trails that should be encouraged to be used. I have been here various times, but not being a bird watcher, I mostly see squirrels.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

nice hike. close by. nice amount of trails.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Awesome my grandson who is 5 and I loved it

Fun trail to walk and run. Lots of hills and scenery. A little wet in some areas when I was there (March) but not too bad. Well used but not crowded.

Amazing trail system with several routes you can take. As for getting here, you should look for Highland Spring Rd. Go to the end of that and take a right on Montello then quick left into the parking area. I tried to reassign the location mark and with luck Google will work better for getting here.

Gps directions via this ap took us to a non entrance but once we got there after getting directions from local Cumberland Farms really enjoyed the trails. Calm peaceful lovely walk. Would do it again.

nature trips
Tuesday, May 26, 2015

nice paths. great for kids. nice for jogging. pretty quiet for being in town. well marked. good place to "get away" for a few.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Excellent trails, well marked. The trail map did not indicate difficult areas. It was very wet but there is still some snow and no bugs so I particularly enjoyed this time of year.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Great trails to hike with children with variety of sights (old stone fireplaces, foundations of structures from years ago, berries to pick and eat!, brooks and ponds to skim rocks, and gigantic boulders to climb)to keep kids entertained. Lets not forget that this is the largest bird sanctuary in Maine. Will be a great area to snowshoe with kids when the time is right. Beautiful views, variety of animals including deer and fisher cats.

Thursday, June 07, 2012


Monday, May 21, 2012

Great hike for young families.Great way to introduce hiking to kids. Great variety of trails and wildlife.

Thursday, May 05, 2011

You can hike these trails year round. No pets, wheeled vehicles of ANY kind and no guns. Site is easy for most anyone but can get sloppy in spots. I hike it very often as it is closest to my home and never tire of its beauty. I have seen deer tracks, a weasel, turkey and a quail just to name some of what you might see.

2 months ago

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