Click here to go to an interactive map of the Singing Meadows Preserve (requires a Google account and ensure no other map overlays such as Traffic are turned on)
or click here for a downloadable pamphlet (including map)
or see the map at the bottom of this page.
Directions to Singing Meadows:
From US Route 1 in Edgecomb, take ME Route 27 south 1.0 miles. Bear right onto Mason Road and continue to Eddy Road. Turn right onto Eddy Road and follow for 0.1 miles. Turn left onto Cross Point Road, and Singing Meadows Preserve is 0.3 miles on your right.
From Boothbay Center, travel north on ME Route 27 for 8 miles from the monument. Turn left onto the Eddy Road and travel 0.4 miles. Turn left onto the Cross Point Road, and Singing Meadows is 0.3 miles on your right.
About Singing Meadows Preserve
Singing Meadows is a 16-acre hardwood-rimmed field, once part of an old saltwater farm. It is a haven for a wide variety of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, fox and moose. The crickets, katydids, grasshoppers and cicadas add their “voices” to the amphibians’ croaking and the birds’ songs, making this truly a Singing Meadows.
This network of mowed paths creates a 0.6 mile loop fields of a former saltwater farm that now act as a haven to abundant wildlife including mammals, insects, and birds. This is a very easy hike.