One Of The Only Places To Spot Horseshoe Crabs In Maine Is Along This 1-Mile Loop Hike On The Bagaduce River

Maine is our favorite place to get outside and explore the world around us and hikes offer a great way to do it. The trail has been set, the destination is clear and there’s often tons of beauty to take in all around us. We all know that there are thousands of different routes to choose from, but some of our favorites are the ones that offer something unique. This one provides lovely waterfront scenery, as well as the chance to search for a special animal!

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The Snow Natural Area in Brooksville can be visited year-round from sunrise to sunset, but it’s best when conditions are dry and without rain or snow. Bring your furry friends along, but be sure to keep them on a leash while you’re exploring. To learn more about the trail visit Maine Trail Finder. Or, visit the Blue Hill Heritage Trust website.

If you’d like to uncover more of what the state has to offer in the great outdoors, consider heading to the beach! You can hunt for sand dollars on the beautiful Long Sands Beach in Maine.

Address: Snow Natural Area and Nab Island, Brooksville, ME 04617, USA