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44.9825, -70.7841 DIRECTIONS About Kennebago 3000 Locally known as Boy Scout Road, this nearly 3000-acre conservation easement centers on a 2.2-mile abandoned railroad bed and the Kennebago River. Explore the railroad bed that’s now a dirt road by foot, bike, or car. There’s flexibility in how you choose to experience the Kennebago 3000 Conservation Area.  …

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44.93363, -70.65247 DIRECTIONS About EcoVenture This trail system is made up of a series of short, easy paths that interconnect and offer gentle hiking on a surface with only minor elevation changes. The various loops that make up this network are appropriate for all ages.    These trails provide a quick, easy way to immerse …

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44.967829, -70.775952 DIRECTIONS About Rangeley River The Rangeley River Conservation Area has a mile section of shared-use trail that provides access to the Rangeley River’s shores and Mooselookmeguntic Lake for hikers, anglers, bikers, and snowmobilers.   A river-side picnic table and a 0.5-mile side trail toward Indian Rock allow users to explore the Rangeley River …

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44.92223, -70.621302 DIRECTIONS About Greenvale Greenvale is located on the southeast shores of Rangeley Lake and Long Bottom Stream. The trail provides walking, birding, and picnicking opportunities close to downtown Rangeley.  There is an outhouse on this property.  Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT was gifted the 16-acre Greenvale property in early 2017 by Keevin Gellar. …

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44.963795, -70.740704 DIRECTIONS About Bonney Point  The Bonney Point Trail is an easy one-mile loop; a short side trail leads to Smith Cove on Rangeley Lake.    There’s a half-mile of frontage on Rangeley Lake and the property has diverse habitats for songbirds, wading birds, amphibians, beaver, bear, deer, and more.     Recreation Opportunities …

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44.96586, -70.65995 DIRECTIONS About Hatchery Brook Located just outside Rangeley Village, Hatchery Brook offers a 1.2 trail network that provides easy walking and three waterfront picnicking opportunities close to downtown Rangeley.   Stretches of wide bog bridging provide easy access over delicate wetland habitats.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story In 1997, this 50-acre parcel was …

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44.914664, -70.706210 DIRECTIONS About South Bog South Bog is a 1000-acre working forest with two unique trail experiences; a short interpretive trail highlighting the conservation area’s rich natural resources and a stream restoration effort and a longer multi-use trail to Rangeley Lake.   The interpretive trail leaves from the parking area and follows the eastern …

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