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.
Click on the individual trail maps below or download our Trail Guide (PDF), which takes a few minutes to load.
2.5 miles of trail up mountain with views of Blue Hill Bay, Acadia, and Camden Hills
3.25 miles of trail through 800 acres of forest and wetland
2 miles of trails through blueberry fields and forest
2/3 mile trail through forest and field along shoreline
2 miles of trails through forest
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.
300 ft. footpath leads to river
2 miles of trail with views of Bagaduce
500 ft. path to water’s edge
0.5 mile trail that connects South Street and Parker Point Road
1 mile of trail loops over small mountain with good views
1.5 mile trail loops through forest and along stream
Please respect the land
- Please visit on foot and during daylight hours only.
- Dogs on leash are welcome except on the trails at Carter Nature Preserve, Furth Wildlife Sanctuary, and Talalay Nature Sanctuary. Please clean up after your dogs.
- Stay on marked trails to minimize your ecological impact and to respect private property owners and neighbors.
- Leave plants, animals, rocks, and other natural features as you found them.
- If you are part of a party of ten or more, please call BHHT for permission.
- Commercial use is not allowed.