Hiking in Maine is never scary. Not when Vacationland is the beauty that it is! But, every now and again you’ll be on a trail on the kind of cloudy day that makes your mind wander a little too much. Add a spooky abandoned castle to the mix and you have yourself the kind of hike that feels a little more adventurous than others. This actual trail might not be scary, but catch it on the right day and you might feels chills running up and down your spine.

Fort Williams Park is free to visit and is open all year from sunrise to sunset. You can bring dogs, but they’re required to be on a leash except in specific “off-leash” sanctioned areas. For directions, click here and enter your own starting point. You can reach the Community Services office for the park by calling: 207-700-2868.

If you like the idea of this trail, you’ll likely to love this hike. It’s easy and leads directly to the site of a B-52 crash near Greenville.

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