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Map shows trails in Kennebec County
- Small-Burnham Conservation Area — A 250-acre preservation, with shady, cool forests and two open meadows. More than 2.4 miles of trails.
- Holman Conservation Area — A pretty 75-acre preserve, with an old quarry pond and easy wide trails.
- Smithfield Plantation — A 1.3-mile loop in the woods, with an overlook on an estuary.
- Webber-Rogers Farmstead Conservation Area — A 117-acre conservation with a 1.5-mile loop, fields, and a long, lovely stretch of path along Upper Pleasant Pond. No dogs allowed.
- Woodbury Nature Sanctuary — On this 400-acre parcel straddling Monmouth and Litchfield, you will find more than four miles of trails, two small summits, views!, an old cemetery, and a lovely pond and stream. Dogs are not allowed.
- Litchfield Community Park trails — An impressive achievement by the Conservation Commission and volunteers, the town park has a well-made trail system (roughly 2.6 miles) through varied habitat.
What about the Woodbury bird sanctuary on Town Farm Road?
You are right…10 acres of the bird sanctuary are in Litchfield! The rest is in Monmouth. I’ll note this!