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We will be highlighting an accessible walk, located in one of the counties we serve, each week on our Facebook page.
September 24 - The Georges River Land Trust offers many great options to explore in Knox County, but for accessibility we suggest the Langlais Sculpture Preserve which offers a universally accessible 0.3 mile path (and a wheelchair can be reserved ahead of time).
September 16 - Lace up your shoes and head out to Waldoboro - The Osborn Finch Wildlife Sanctuary is a 0.2 mile easy walking trail through a tall spruce forest that opens out to a stunning view with access to the tidal Medomak River. FMI: https://www.coastalrivers.org/trail/osborn-finch-wildlife-sanctuary/
September 9 - This week, we're heading to Sagadahoc County for a beautiful walk at the Phippsburg Land Trust's Spirit Pond and MacDonald Sanctuary Preserve. These trails run along the edge of Spirit Pond and past an old mill dam, stone walls, and beautiful views of the Morse River salt marshes. FMI: visit https://phippsburglandtrust.org/ to see a number of other options in the area!
September 2 - One of our favorite walks in Waterville is the North Street Recreation Area Trail. As our tour of walks in our service area continues in Kennebec County, check out this accessible trail and enjoy the scenery!
August 26 - Check out The Falls in Sandy Bay (in Somerset County), also referred to as Jim Mac Falls, just north of Jackman on 201. The paved area offers a fine road stop for a picnic or a break! FMI here.
August 19 - we suggest checking out the Belfast Rail Trail, in Waldo County. FMI including directions, parking information, reviews, photos, and more, click here and enjoy.
*Always check the weather before you embark on outdoor adventures, and check with your doctor before starting any new activity or exercise programs*