QUICK TRAIL FACTS
- Preserve Size: 10 acres
- Trail Mileage: .25 miles
- Pets: yes
- Difficulty: easy to difficult
- Sights: campground, Narraguagus Bay
The town of Milbridge has turned this 10-acre parcel into a sweet 12-site campground. From a parking area for day visitors, very short trails head to the rocky coast. The town has placed several picnic tables on the rocks for what must be some of the most spectacular picnicking sites in Maine! At low tide, you can swim in a relatively deep tidal pool. Be careful on the slippery rocks.
The town of Milbridge runs the campsite on a first-come-first-serve basis. The $10 nightly fee is collected in the evening by a very pleasant fellow who comes by with a truck filled with firewood.
Directions: From Main Street in Milbridge, travel south on Wyman Road (also called Tom Leighton Point Road on Google maps) for about 4.5 miles. The park will be on your left. You will find the short trails to the sea leaving from the small parking area on the right side of the park. The campground will be on your left side coming in. There is a bathroom at the service station.