Go Hiking With Goats In Maine For An Adventure Unlike Any Other

The great outdoors is one of the best things about spending a significant amount of time in Maine. No matter the season, getting outside and appreciating the nature, trees and air around you can cause a huge shift in your mental state and overall well being. And, with numerous trails and woods in which to get lost, getting close to nature isn’t difficult here. In fact, most of you probably already have experience hiking with friends, hiking with family and hiking with just your own thoughts and the air around you. But, what about hiking with goats? If you haven’t tried that, read on for an experience that’s sure to change the way you experience the outdoors in Maine!

Ten Apple Farm is located at 241 Yarmouth Rd., Gray, Maine. The next goat hike is scheduled for Veterans’ Day weekend on November 11th from 2 to 4 p.m. Veterans hike free, though they’re currently sold out. We recommend giving them a call on (207) 657-7880 for any potential cancellations. There are two more hikes schedule for the rest of 2018 – one on Sunday, December 2nd and another on Sunday, December 16th. Both hikes take place from 2 to 4 p.m. Get more information and reserve your space on their website here. Or, check them out on Facebook. Hikes cost $10 for adults and $5 for kids. Each hike has a maximum of 20 people.

One of our favorite things about Maine are the many state parks that exist within its borders. This (nearly) 8,000 acre state park is one of the best and it only gets more fun in the winter!