The Scenic Marsh On The Cutts Island Trail In Maine Offers A Beautifully Different Type Of Water View
Maine might be known for its craggy, rocky coast and unbeatable ocean views, but there are a ton of other ways to enjoy the water. In addition to having an entire area of the state referred to as the “Lakes and Mountain Region,” we have countless ponds, rivers, streams, and marshes. Today’s focus is on a gorgeous trail highlighting one of those marshes. Take an afternoon to enjoy it if you’re looking for something new to appreciate.
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Cutts Island Trail can be enjoyed year-round but is best from April through October. You can learn more about it by checking out alltrails.com. If you choose to do the hike during the winter or after rainy weather, be sure to watch your step as any trail can become slippery.
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