Hiking around Boothbay Harbor area

Boothbay Harbor, ME
United States

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Boothbay Region Land Trust

The Boothbay Region Land Trust has over 30 miles of trails scattered throughout the Boothbay Penninsula and surrounding islands offering stunning scenery.

Five miles off the Boothbay coastline is the historic Damariscove Island, offering an extensive network of hiking trails and a small museum. BRLT maintains two guest moorings in the harbor on the southern tip of the island, which can be used by daytime visitors or for an overnight stay. The anchorage in the outer (southern) pool is 11 feet at low water and the inner pool is 6 feet at low water. There is also a pier and float for access to the island where two courtesy dinghies are available. The wooden float is for loading and unloading only. Boats should not tie up to the wooden float nor to the adjacent stone pier. These are reserved for fishermen who continue to work out of Damariscove Island. 

Indiantown and Spectacle Islands also have public hiking trails.


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