Trail Access & Information

 

Maine Trail Finder is a free online resource for people-powered trails in the state of Maine. Search a growing database of four-season trails to find the right trail for your next adventure. Browse interactive trail maps, trail descriptions, pictures, and trip reports.

 

Landtrusts are also an excellent source for trail information around the state of Maine. If you don't see the land trust in your are listed here or are wondering if there is a land trust in your area click for a complete list of land trust in Maine here.

 

Midcoast Maine:

The Brunswick Topsham Landtrust provides trail maps & upcoming outdoor events on their website. Click to go directly to their maps here.

The Midcoast Conservancy is a great source of information about outdoor activities in  the midcoast. Click to go directly to their trail maps here.

 

Downeast Maine:

The Blue Hill Heritage Land Trust provides trail maps & upcoming outdoor events on their website. Click to go directly to their maps here.

The Downeast Lakes Land Trust provides trail maps & upcoming outdoor events on their website. Click to go directly to their maps here.

 

Southern Maine:

The Kittery Land Trust provides trail maps & upcoming outdoor events on their website. Click to go directly to trail access information.

The York Land Trust provides trail maps & upcoming outdoor events on their website. Click to go directly to  view a map of their lands.

 

Western Maine:

The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust provides trail maps & upcoming outdoor events on their website. Click to go directly to their trail maps.

The Mahoosuc Land Trust provides trail maps & upcoming outdoor events on their website. Click to go directly to their trail maps.

 

Northern Maine:

The North Maine Woods is a The area provides numerous outdoor recreational opportunities for over 100,000 visitors each year while at the same time providing renewable forest resources which are a major part of Maine's economy. They are an excellent source of information for recreating in Northern Maine.