How about a picnic overlooking the Back River. Check out trail pictures and maps (Gregory Trail shown).
Several trails offer places to stop and enjoy the scenery. Porter Preserve and Ovens Mouth East are well known, but try out some of the lesser used trails too such as Cross River and Thorpe Preserve. If you have a boat, you can get to the Indiantown Island trail. The Boothbay Register has featured several of BRLT's trails--you can read those articles here.
Want to support your favorite land trust but don't want the hassle? Our Trail Marker Program makes supporting BRLT easier than ever.
Set-up convenient, automatic contributions to BRLT with a simple one-time online entry. Your gift will be deducted each month from your credit or checking account with the option to stop payments at any time. Trail Markers can set their minimum contribution as low as $5/month. It's that easy!
Founded in 1980, Boothbay Region Land Trust (BRLT) is a non-profit organization with the Mission to conserve for the public benefit the natural habitat, scenic beauty and working land of the Boothbay region.
BRLT preserves provide over 30 miles of pet friendly hiking trails open year-round to the public, free of charge.
May 30, 2017 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
at Pine Tree Preserve, Ocean Point Rd, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538, USAMore details...