Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region

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Mt. Agamenticus Recreation and Trails

Copy of 100 1369The Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region consists of more than 10,000 acres and is located within an additional 30,000 acre expanse of conservation land in southern Maine.  This land is comprised of a rich and unique coastal forest that supports the highest diversity of animal and plant species in all of Maine.  The mountain and the surrounding area provide residents with an ideal location for hiking, biking and sightseeing. While most of Southern Maine is heavily developed, this stretch of conservation land is a natural treasure that will be preserved for the enjoyment of generations to come.

Mount A’s trails are for hikers, bikers, and other seasonal activities such as snowshoeing. Select trails are open to equestrians and ATV riders. As you travel the trails, we hope you will discover why this place is special. To ensure long-term trail quality and to protect against erosion, trails are designated for specific uses. Trail signs, color blazes and the trail map tell which uses are permitted on each trail.

Please follow these simple guidelines to help protect this natural treasure & keep it worth coming back to!

A Few Simple Rules:

  • Carry out what you carry in. Please don't litter.
  • Trash receptacles are not provided.
  • Use trails for their designated uses; respect others on the trail.
  • Stay on open trails; don't cut switchbacks or clear new trails.
  • Wetlands and vernal pools are fragile; please don't disturb.
  • Do not cut, dig or collect any plant life, animal life or cultural artifacts.
  • No camping or campfires.
  • Please respect private property.
  • Pets must be on a leash.
  • Pet owners are responsible for carrying out and properly disposing their pet's waste.
  • Area is open year-round from dawn until dusk.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 March 2015 11:44

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Mount A Conservation Region consists of more than 10,000 acres of forest, wetlands, ponds and streams. It takes a lot of work to take care of this land. Support from volunteers helps protect this great place. Find out how you can help, by getting involved with Mt. A Conservation Region.