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“It's amazing to see Tigers in the woods of Maine, (well contained!) and to experience this haven for the animals.”
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“Beautiful trail through the woods with famous "hobbitland" with a stone bridge and a meandering stream. ”
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Field
“This 224-acre gem has been delighting visitors since it was established by the Maine Forest Service in 1981. Six miles of paths wend through the pleasant woods and meadows, leading visitors to 23 collections. From the community forest demonstration and conifers to the Ellis Island sycamores and American chestnuts to the Governor's Grove and rock garden, there is much to enjoy. Scattered throughout the arboretum are two dozen works of rock and metal sculpture. The visitor center has more art exhibits, a wild animal tracks display, demonstration beehive and a stuffed moose.”
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“My favorite easy hike with gorgeous views of the lakes in neighboring Belgrade Lakes. ”
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“This is a cool historic park. There are picnic tables, so if you are in the mood to have lunch on the river, this is the spot for you. You could easily get cozy with a great book as well.”
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“Located just 2 miles from downtown Waterville, Quarry Road’s trails and open spaces provide outstanding opportunities for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, walking, running, paddling.”
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“Open 9:00 a.m. to sunset daily from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Fee charged. Visitors may continue to enjoy the park during the off season by parking outside the gate and walking in during these same hours. Please be aware that facilities are closed during the off season. Enjoy picnicking and swimming at one of midcoast Maine's most popular day use parks located on beautiful Damariscotta Lake in Jefferson. Damariscotta Lake State Park is a short drive from the state's capitol, Augusta. A large freshwater lake with a sandy beach provide a relaxing location for beach goers. Of course a trip to a state park wouldn't be complete without a picnic lunch. Picnic tables and grills are available for this popular summertime activity. The group picnic shelter at this park is equipped with electricity, running water and a group grill. To reserve the group shelter during the summer months, contact the park staff. Visitors will want to arrive early on warm summer days as parking is limited. Activities Canoeing Fishing Swimming Watchable wildlife”
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“The Mount Phillip Trail is a loop trail and can be followed in either direction; counterclockwise is described here. The trail, marked with blue blazes, leaves from the northeast corner of the parking lot heading east and in less than 0.1 miles splits. Bear right to follow the trail counterclockwise. The trail passes though a grove of tall mature pines then heads northwest up Mount Phillip’s eastern slope, gently climbing through a mixed forest of hardwoods and evergreens. It continues up to a rocky ledge on Mount Phillip’s eastern side at 0.6 miles and crosses the ledge westward to a rocky, partial summit clearing (755'). After enjoying views of Great Pond to the south and the Kennebec Highlands to the west, continue the loop trail by descending to the west, then turning in a southerly direction and dropping down into a stand of mature hemlock. Follow the trail back to the junction and the parking lot.”
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“This trail will lead you along the Kennebec all the way to Maine's capitol Augusta. Gorgeous water views. ”
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Baseball Field
“Sports Field, hiking trails, dog park- it's all mixed in there somewhere. Great for exploring.”
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