This 160-Acre Park Hiding In Southern Maine Features 100-Year-Old Trees And Ancient Streams

You know how much we love a good hike here in Maine and finding them throughout the state is easy. There are so many to choose from that the hardest part is really just narrowing down the options. Or, you can do what we do which is create a long-running list of all the spots we want to check out as soon as we can! We recommend you put this state park at the top of the list. It’s beautiful, a bit lesser-known, and offers lots of fun.

Vaughan Woods State Park is open from 9 a.m. to sunset. You can learn more about the trails by checking out Maine Trail Finder. Entry is $4 for non-residents and $3 for residents. Senior non-residents are $1. You can get more details and specifics by visiting the official site here.

While you’re out exploring remember that hopping in the car to see other parts of the state is always a good idea. In fact, fall is the perfect time to visit this historic mountain town in Maine!

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Address: Vaughan Woods State Park, 28 Oldfields Rd, South Berwick, ME 03908, USA