Local Natural Wonders - Day 32
Local Natural Wonders Day 31 - Lilly Pond Forest in Bath, Maine
Part of the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust (KELT), Lilly Pond Community Forest has three miles of trails for hiking and biking. This preserve protects 900 feet of Lilly Pond frontage and includes shaded rocky forest, wetland forest and open wetlands. The beginning of the trails includes a steeper incline with steps leading from High Street and trails are considered mostly intermediate.
Directions from KELT:
Take High Street south and turn left onto Marshall Street, where parking is available at Goddard Park on the left. Then walk south on High Street on the sidewalk approximately 500 feet, just past Getchell Street, to the preserve entry at the wooden stairs on the right. View Map.
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