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Map shows trails in York County
- Wells Barren Preserve — A walk on an open heath, with about four miles of trails. No dogs allowed.
- Wells Reserve at Laudholm — One of Maine’s finest coastal walks! Miles of trails, including on boardwalks, along salt marshes and through forests, with a jaunt to the seaside. Dogs are not allowed.
- Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge — A beautiful one-mile loop with views of the salt marsh, dogs allowed on leashes, wheelchair accessible. Easy for any kind of walker.
- Tilton Homestead Wildlife Commons — A little walk that includes sections along Merriland River and the remains of an old river dam.
- Fenderson East Trail, Fenderson Wildlife Commons, Wells — Å short walk in the woods to a red maple swamp.
- Moe’s Trail, Fenderson Wildlife Commons — Easy walking on a 1-mile loop on an old woods road.
- Perkinstown Wildlife Commons — A 288-acre preserve, with RR tracks joining walking paths.
- Walter Marsh Recreation Area Woods Trails — A pretty network of loops—some of them wheelchair accessible—wends through the woods and along Hobbs Pond.
- Tatnic Woods — A one-mile walk in the woods, by vernal pools.
- Tatnic Hills Preserve — A Nature Conservancy preserve, so no dogs. You can do two forested one-mile loops on either side of Cheney Woods Road.
- Ghost Meadow Wildlife Commons — A 0.8-mile, forested, one-way path connects two roads. In between, you pass a freshwater marsh.