The 3-Mile Johnson Brook Trail In Maine Takes You Through The Enchanting Sunkhaze Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
As the weather gets warmer you’ll want to spend more time outdoors. There are plenty of ways to do it in Maine, but we’re always on the lookout for unexpected trails. Of course, places like Acadia National Park and all of our state parks are lovely. But, let’s not forget that we have 11 national refuges to explore as well! This trail is one of our favorites.
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The Johnson Brook Trail is just one of a few trails found within Sunkhaze Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. You can access the refuge year round to enjoy a variety of activities that will keep you busy in both snowy and summer conditions. You can learn more about the refuge here.
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