The Blue Hill Heritage Trust makes a number of beautiful places around the Peninsula available for hiking, launching your canoe or kayak, observing wildlife, or simply relaxing and enjoying the scenery.
CAUTION! Bridges and walkways are slippery on some of the trails after it rains. Please be careful.
4.5 miles of trail up and over the mountain with views of Blue Hill Bay, Acadia, and Camden Hills. The new Becton Trail offers views of Toddy Pond and Great Pond Mountain to the north.
3.25 miles of trail through 800 acres of forest and wetland.
Peter’s Cove provides canoe and kayak access at high tide.
Peter’s Brook Trail is a 0.5 mile trail to a beautiful waterfall.
0.5 mile trail that connects South Street and Parker Point Road.
1.7 mile trail through diverse forest.
23 acres of fields and woods bordering the Bagaduce River across from Castine.
1 mile of trail loops over small mountain with lovely views.
40-acre parcel with over 2,550 feet of shorefront on the Bagaduce River.
Walking trail begins at Rt. 166A. This 43-acre property includes field, mixed woods, 2 seasonal streams, and beaver flowage.
Picnic on mowed fields on either side of Rt. 166 (Castine Road) just north of the British Canal.
Located in Penobscot village on Rt. 175/Rt. 199.
On Gray Ridge Rd. More than 40 acres of the former Condon Forest includes hard and soft wood stands, a brook, wetlands, and granite outcroppings along 1 mile trail.
2 miles of trails through blueberry fields and forest.
500 ft. path to water’s edge.
2 miles of trail with views of Bagaduce.
2/3 mile trail through forest and field along shoreline of Morgan Bay.
2 miles of trails through forest.
1.5 mile trail loops through forest and along stream.