QUICK TRAIL FACTS
- Preserve Size: 108 acres
- Trail Mileage: 1-mile loop
- Pets: yes
- Difficulty: moderate
- Sights: Enormous erratic with smooth walls
I’m not a rock climber, but the humongous cliff face of an absolutely enormous boulder — it’s not even really a boulder, more a massive hump, a hill, of stone — seems like a good place to climb. Great Works Regional Land Trust describes the preserve as containing “house-size glacial erratic boulders.” This preserve offers a pleasant one-mile loop and this startling rock.
Just a quick note: the trail splits about 200 feet or so from the parking area (which is plowed in the winter). Ignore the first, fairly overgrown trail to your left — the land trust has rerouted the loop and has discontinued this short spur.
Directions: From Route One in Ogunquit heading North, take a left onto Berwick Road (later becomes Ogunquit Road). Follow Berwick Road for approximately 3.7 miles. Parking for Kenyon Hill will be on your left just before Bennet Lot Road.