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Explore the best rated trails in Standish, ME. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Papermill Trail and Eastern Promenade Trail . With more than 30 trails covering 178 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
This is a pretty and easy trail, but it is in real need of mainternance. The trail is in good shape from the South Windham start through the Gambo Road playing fields/parking. Once you cross over the river, the trail gets progressively worse. The biggest downfall is the amount of potholes' but there are also quite a few areas that are collapsing/leaning.
I am handicapped and ride a recumbent trike, so my perspective is a bit different than that of a mountain biker; but it would be nice if the DOT, or Gorham & Windham, put some money into maintaining the trail.
I'm riding an eletric wheelchair & it's a nice ride.Off the street. Barbara
This is a trail which was decommissioned in 2009 by USFS.
It's less than 4 miles one way. Nice trail but short
This is a beautiful trail, but dangerous. Besides the narrow trail and track crossings- slow down and ride over at a 90 degree angle- there are ridges down some of the hills, and steep banks along the side. You have to pay attention 100%. 2 of us fell and really hurt ourselves. Wolfeboro is a great destination, though!
Not for bikes. Such a shame .it would be a great asset to the community.
What a great morning to ride along this beautiful trail! It is a tight squeeze with oncoming bikes since it’s only as wide as the train tracks. Nevertheless,I’d definitely recommend it!
I love walking on the trails, I started walking there a year ago, its helped me to build my strength and lungs from struggling with long covid, its quiet and peaceful, but I'm afraid the allowing of atvs is going to ruin that, ill see how it goes but if the atvs ruin the peaceful surroundings ill be looking for another peaceful place.
Walked this trail for many years and they have fix it up nice
My family goes out to Shaw park often and get right on the trail. We can’t wait for the trail to extend past our house in Steep Falls!
Amazing to see all the ratings of this trail . Amazed at bicyclists who need to complain because they are having issues with crossing the rails . It does not take a college education to know that when you need to cross a obstruction in your path anywhere , you need to do so at as close to a 90 degree angle as possible . If you read the map , the posted signs , or see a obstruction and you question your skills you should stop and walk . I know it must be so hard to unclip and re clip your feet into your ordeals
Flat, quiet, road crossings are few over the first 8 miles and well lit/marked. No portapotties, which is unreasonable. Lovely ride thru forest and wetlands.
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