One Of Maine’s Newest Trails Offers Pristine Water Views And Might Be The Best Yet

If you’re looking for a way to enjoy the great outdoors in Maine you’ll find yourself with plenty of great options. Whether you like the forested landscape of inland parts of the state or the water views that come with coastal routes, there’s enough variety to try something new each weekend. Especially when new areas are being designated for public use all the time. We love this newer trail for it’s water views and the fact that it feels a bit remote without being difficult to access.

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The Clark Island Preserve trail is open year-round and it’s great for hiking, walking, and seeing wildlife. You can learn more about it by checking out And if you have a furry friend, bring them along! Dogs are allowed as long as they’re kept on a leash.

If you’re up for a bit of an adventure that includes a variety of landscapes we’ve got a hike for you! This trail in Lubec, the easternmost town in Maine offers enchanting forest and water views.

Address: Clark Island Rd, St George, ME 04859, USA