There’s Nothing Quite As Magical As The Stone Arch Bridge You’ll Find At Vaughan Woods In Maine

Just about any hike in Maine is sure to be a beauty. Between the coastal routes that show off the ocean and the ones that meander through the forest, there’s a landscape for every hiker and every mood. We especially love the hikes that come with interesting features along the way. This one, located in Kennebec County, has a super-photogenic bridge that we love visiting.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Vaughan Woods and Historical Homestead is open every day from dawn to dusk. There is no fee and no public restrooms. While it might be tempting, parking on the road is not allowed. Visitors are asked only to park in the designated parking lot. If there’s no room, consider coming back another time. You can learn more about visiting by checking out their official website. You can check out a trail map by clicking here. For more photos and updated information follow them on Facebook. They can be reached on 207-622-9831.

While you’re in the area, consider sticking around to enjoy the local shops and restaurants. Hallowell, Maine, has one of the most beautiful main streets in the entire U.S.

Address: Vaughan Woods Trailhead Parking, Corniche Trl, Hallowell, ME 04347, USA