On the Pleasant Point Reservation abutting coastal New Brunswick, this paved rail-trail was built to keep Passamaquoddy youngsters off busy State Route 190, which connects Pleasant Point with Eastport and runs through the middle of the reservation.
The 1.7-mile trail meanders through the woods, with the tidal Little River and Atlantic Ocean on one side and a grassy marsh on the other. Over much of its course, the Sipayik overlooks a spectacular coastline, highlighted by views of nearby Deer Island. Beach access is permitted from the trail.
Parking and Trail Access
To access the Sipayik Trail, take US Hwy. 1 to State Route 190 east. In Pleasant Point, turn left on Indian Road, left on Middle Road, and left again on Side Road. At the bottom of the hill, follow Treatment Plant Road to trail parking at road's end.
The Trail is beautiful and gorgeous views of the Passamaquoddy bay, everyone should visit Sipayik
"This trail is in WASHINGTON County, not Penobscot County."