For Unique And Beautiful Estuary Views, Take The 1.8-Mile Cutts Island Trail In Maine

We know that Maine is referred to as Vacationland, but we love to argue that it should really be called “hikerland.” Sure, it’s a weird name, but start to make your list of must-do hikes and you’ll soon find that tackling them all will take years. While we’re not entirely sure who to talk to about changing our state’s unofficial nickname, we do know that checking them off our list is a great way to enjoy a day outside. If you’re looking to add to your own list, consider this trail located in southern Maine.

The Cutts Island Trail is located within the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge. It’s accessible year-round, but visitors say it’s best between April and October. You can learn more about the area and the trail by visiting this page on

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Address: Cutts Island Trail, Kittery, ME 03905, USA