The Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region offers scenic vistas of the Atlantic Ocean and the White Mountains, along with unfragmented forests and watersheds that showcase years of land protection efforts. The Region also boasts more than 40 miles of trails used by an estimated 30,000 visitors each year. This vantage point, with its views of the undeveloped forests and local reservoirs, is the ideal location to bring your family, school group, company, club, or friends to enjoy the scenery, have a picnic, host a meeting, and learn about the significance of the region for wildlife and water quality.
Learning Lodge - Open weekends, Memorial Day through Columbus Day, 11am-3pm
Come Look and Learn! The Mount Agamenticus Learning Lodge opened in June of 2010 and within the Lodge there are many educational activities and displays for all ages. The facility is open for public visitation as well as scheduled group visits. If you would like to schedule a group visit, such as a summer camp or recreation group, please contact us and fill out a group registration form below.
This Learning Lodge is a result of our dedicated “Friends of Mt. A” and the Mount Agamenticus Steering Committee. We are very excited about the development of the Learning Lodge and of our Friends.
To learn more about how you can help out, including how to become a Friend, please visit our Get Involved page.
Bringing a Group? - Please register with us in advance!!
The information you provide will allow us to better track the activities that take place here and help ensure careful stewardship of the land. Furthermore, we will be better able to assist you plan your visit, verify that there are adequate facilities (e.g. parking, restrooms, etc.) and ensure there are no conflicts with other groups or activities. Go to the group registration page to learn more and get the proper forms.
If you are looking to reserve any outdoor space (deck, picnic area, etc.), host an organized event or activity at the summit, or utilize the lodge please read and follow the guidelines at the group registration page. Events inside the lodge will be limited to 35 people and will have access to a small kitchen facility and restrooms. Meeting space will be available in the shared Learning Lodge on the second floor or in a separate downstairs room. Examples may include a company cookout, outdoor ceremony, sporting event, meeting/retreat/workshops, school lab, etc.
Please be as thorough as possible when filling out these forms and include any additional information that you think would help with the determination. You can fax the signed application forms to 207-351-2967 or mail to: Mt. Agamenticus Conservation Program, 186 York Street, York, ME 03909.
You will receive a notification when your Registration Form or Permit Application has been received. Please allow at least two weeks to process your application. There may be a fee associated with your planned event.
Thank you so much for your cooperation and understanding. We hope this process will help ensure a safe and memorable visit, for you and for many generations to come.
There are 3 seasonal portable facilities available. Two (2) are located on the summit and the other (1) is located at the base parking area along Mountain Road (at intersection with entrance to the Summit Access Road). There are no public facilities available in the lodge. There is also a drinking fountain (seasonal) located under the summit lodge deck.
There are 10 picnic tables available for use located throughout the open summit area. You may reserve a picnic area in advance through the Group Registration process (above). Otherwise, these are first come, first serve. Please do remember to collect all of your trash and take it with you. We are a Carry In/Carry Out facility. You may bring small portable gas grills with you. We do NOT allow fires, charcoal grills, or alcohol. For more information about Mt. A policies, please review our Rules & Regulations.
Programs (Guided/ Self Guided)
Coming soon. Check back for more information.
You can find us out taking care of the trails, maintaining the summit, working in the barn or inside the lodge. Please do stop to say hello, let us know about your visit, or address any concerns, questions, and comments!
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 20:58