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Auburn Riverwalk

1.2 mi
State: ME
Asphalt

Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag

2.3 mi
State: ME
Crushed Stone

Kennebec River Rail Trail

6.5 mi
State: ME
Asphalt

Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Nature Trail

1.25 mi
State: ME
Ballast, Dirt

Papermill Trail

3.8 mi
State: ME
Asphalt
Accordion

Rotary Centennial Trail

1.5 mi
State: ME
Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass

Whistle Stop Rail-Trail

15.7 mi
State: ME
Crushed Stone, Dirt, Sand
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Located in the heart of downtown Auburn, the Auburn Riverwalk features scenic views of the adjacent waterfront and the Lewiston skyline on the opposite shore. Start your journey in the north at the Great ...
ME 1.2 mi Asphalt
The Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag begins in downtown Belfast, a community at the mouth of the Passagassawakeag River on the central coastline of Maine. From there, the crushed-stone, tree-lined ...
ME 2.3 mi Crushed Stone
A stunning gateway to Maine's capital city, the Kennebec River Rail-Trail follows the railroad right-of-way that once connected Portland to Augusta. The trail parallels the inactive railroad tracks, which ...
ME 6.5 mi Asphalt
The Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Trail occupies a portion of the old Kennebec Central Railroad right-of-way in the town of Randolph, ME. As of 2012, the trail runs for 1.25 miles between Water Street in ...
ME 1.25 mi Ballast, Dirt
The paved Papermill Trail follows the Sabattus River from Mill Street south to its confluence with the Androscoggin River and beyond. At its northern end, the trail parallels Mill Street then Upland Road ...
ME 3.8 mi Asphalt
The Rotary Centennial Trail crosses two towns—Benton and Winslow—in central Maine, about 50 miles southwest of Bangor. The scenic wooded trail follows a former rail bed along the eastern shore of the Kennebec ...
ME 1.5 mi Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass
The Whistle Stop Rail-Trail is a textbook example of how diverse groups can work together to maintain and promote a trail. Developed as a route for snowmobiles and ORVs, the route also appeals to hikers ...
ME 15.7 mi Crushed Stone, Dirt, Sand

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Auburn Riverwalk

ME - 1.2 miles

Located in the heart of downtown Auburn, the Auburn Riverwalk features scenic views of the adjacent waterfront and the Lewiston skyline on the opposite shore. Start your journey in the north at the Great ...

Kennebec River Rail Trail

ME - 6.5 miles

A stunning gateway to Maine's capital city, the Kennebec River Rail-Trail follows the railroad right-of-way that once connected Portland to Augusta. The trail parallels the inactive railroad tracks, which ...

Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Nature Trail

ME - 1.25 miles

The Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Trail occupies a portion of the old Kennebec Central Railroad right-of-way in the town of Randolph, ME. As of 2012, the trail runs for 1.25 miles between Water Street in ...

Papermill Trail

ME - 3.8 miles

The paved Papermill Trail follows the Sabattus River from Mill Street south to its confluence with the Androscoggin River and beyond. At its northern end, the trail parallels Mill Street then Upland Road ...

Accordion

Papermill Trail

ME - 3.8 miles

The paved Papermill Trail follows the Sabattus River from Mill Street south to its confluence with the Androscoggin River and beyond. At its northern end, the trail parallels Mill Street then Upland Road ...

Rotary Centennial Trail

ME - 1.5 miles

The Rotary Centennial Trail crosses two towns—Benton and Winslow—in central Maine, about 50 miles southwest of Bangor. The scenic wooded trail follows a former rail bed along the eastern shore of the Kennebec ...

Auburn Riverwalk

ME - 1.2 miles

Located in the heart of downtown Auburn, the Auburn Riverwalk features scenic views of the adjacent waterfront and the Lewiston skyline on the opposite shore. Start your journey in the north at the Great ...

Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag

ME - 2.3 miles

The Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag begins in downtown Belfast, a community at the mouth of the Passagassawakeag River on the central coastline of Maine. From there, the crushed-stone, tree-lined ...

Kennebec River Rail Trail

ME - 6.5 miles

A stunning gateway to Maine's capital city, the Kennebec River Rail-Trail follows the railroad right-of-way that once connected Portland to Augusta. The trail parallels the inactive railroad tracks, which ...

Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Nature Trail

ME - 1.25 miles

The Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Trail occupies a portion of the old Kennebec Central Railroad right-of-way in the town of Randolph, ME. As of 2012, the trail runs for 1.25 miles between Water Street in ...

Accordion

Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Nature Trail

ME - 1.25 miles

The Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Trail occupies a portion of the old Kennebec Central Railroad right-of-way in the town of Randolph, ME. As of 2012, the trail runs for 1.25 miles between Water Street in ...

Papermill Trail

ME - 3.8 miles

The paved Papermill Trail follows the Sabattus River from Mill Street south to its confluence with the Androscoggin River and beyond. At its northern end, the trail parallels Mill Street then Upland Road ...

Rotary Centennial Trail

ME - 1.5 miles

The Rotary Centennial Trail crosses two towns—Benton and Winslow—in central Maine, about 50 miles southwest of Bangor. The scenic wooded trail follows a former rail bed along the eastern shore of the Kennebec ...

Whistle Stop Rail-Trail

ME - 15.7 miles

The Whistle Stop Rail-Trail is a textbook example of how diverse groups can work together to maintain and promote a trail. Developed as a route for snowmobiles and ORVs, the route also appeals to hikers ...

Auburn Riverwalk

ME - 1.2 miles

Located in the heart of downtown Auburn, the Auburn Riverwalk features scenic views of the adjacent waterfront and the Lewiston skyline on the opposite shore. Start your journey in the north at the Great ...

Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag

ME - 2.3 miles

The Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag begins in downtown Belfast, a community at the mouth of the Passagassawakeag River on the central coastline of Maine. From there, the crushed-stone, tree-lined ...

Kennebec River Rail Trail

ME - 6.5 miles

A stunning gateway to Maine's capital city, the Kennebec River Rail-Trail follows the railroad right-of-way that once connected Portland to Augusta. The trail parallels the inactive railroad tracks, which ...

Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Nature Trail

ME - 1.25 miles

The Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Trail occupies a portion of the old Kennebec Central Railroad right-of-way in the town of Randolph, ME. As of 2012, the trail runs for 1.25 miles between Water Street in ...

Accordion

Papermill Trail

ME - 3.8 miles

The paved Papermill Trail follows the Sabattus River from Mill Street south to its confluence with the Androscoggin River and beyond. At its northern end, the trail parallels Mill Street then Upland Road ...

Rotary Centennial Trail

ME - 1.5 miles

The Rotary Centennial Trail crosses two towns—Benton and Winslow—in central Maine, about 50 miles southwest of Bangor. The scenic wooded trail follows a former rail bed along the eastern shore of the Kennebec ...

Whistle Stop Rail-Trail

ME - 15.7 miles

The Whistle Stop Rail-Trail is a textbook example of how diverse groups can work together to maintain and promote a trail. Developed as a route for snowmobiles and ORVs, the route also appeals to hikers ...

Recent Trail Reviews

Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag

five stars is right!

October, 2016 by mike hurley

a wonderful thing about this trail is that it is handicapped accessible from the outer High Street parking lot in particular. The stone dust surface is impervious to wheels and motor driven and otherwise propelled wheel chairs are very easy to use on the trail.

That said... the trail is a wonder. There are three parking area access points. 1. downtown/intown where it intersects the Armistice Bridge walking bridge and Harbor Walk, 2. Upper Bridge (on High Street) and 3. out at the The Brooks Preservation railroad yard, station, and museum.

It is a remarkable 2.2 miles of natural world.

Belfast Rail Trail on the Passagassawaukeag

Excellent trail with great views

October, 2016 by aeljarou

The trail is beautifully groomed and hugs the Passagassawakeag river for over 2 miles. We started at the north end (13 Oak Hill Road) of the trail by the rail yard. The parking lot was packed when we got there as the excursion train was getting ready to leave. They have rides Saturdays and Sundays at 1 PM. The trains travel north from the parking lot and the trail goes south. The trail surface is perfect for walking and biking. It is treelined and has many small bridges that carry you over creeks. It took us 45 minutes of walking to get to the southern end at the intersection of Pierce St. and Front St. in Belfast. There is now a trailhead with a small parking lot at the southern end (not listed in the description). The trail connects there to the Belfast Harbor Walk which is an awesome urban trail through Belfast harbor and Front Street shipyard with a long pedestrian bridge across the Passagassawakeag.

Papermill Trail

Lisbon Paved Gem

June, 2016 by taylor.paula33

June 9, 2016; This paved trail is a gem for those who live in the surrounding Lisbon area. There are multiple lots to park easily, as the guide suggests. It was my first rail trail, since I have started to take riding more seriously. Great trail, new pavement, beautiful landscape and river, very pleasant folks and no obstacles on any part of the trail. I was able to carve out 8.3 miles (biked the trail twice and added a couple investigative turnouts). I would highly recommend it to others and will do it again, if I find myself in that area. Happy trails!

Accordion

Papermill Trail

Mixed

June, 2016 by jerico6a

As of May 2016: A little hilly, pebbly, and some rough pavement north of the park means this would be tough for inline skating novices; ok for experienced skaters, but had to use brakes quite a bit. A couple of sharp turns at bottoms of hills in places. Nice pavement south of the park but a little pebbly (edges of trail have some kind of fine crushed stone that tends to get on the trail) and still some hills. Far northern sections along road were fairly smooth but got kind of narrow at the stream crossing so we turned around there. Scenic and pleasant trail - but not a cruiser.

Rotary Centennial Trail

Winter on the Centennial Trail

January, 2016 by marcynthia

The Centennial trail is very close to our home so we enjoy walking on the trail multiple times each week. This trail's accessibility is weather dependent. The railroad bed is flat and the 'superhumus' bark mulch surface is accessible to individuals in wheelchairs when it is not snow covered.

During the winter many people snowshoe, ski, walk and run on this trail so the path is well used and snow becomes packed. This surface becomes slippery when it freezes and ice grippers for your boots are recommended. The trees along the trail provide a nice wind break.

Many people walk with dogs, not all dogs are on leashes. More than one dog has wandered the short distance through the woods and broken through winter ice into the Kennebec River.

The river is visible through the trees along the entire length of the trail. Children should be made aware of the dangers of ice and moving water.

Individuals with visual impairments should not find this path difficult to follow. There are many people who walk on the trail every day and clean obstacles such as trash and fallen branches out of the way. The trail mile marker posts may not be visible to those users with limited vision.

Regular walkers are friendly and respond to greetings. Bundle up and enjoy your winter walk!

Whistle Stop Rail-Trail

Great Autumn bike ride

September, 2015 by happyjj

Started our bike ride at West Farmington. There's lots of free parking. We went to Shelly'sHometown market in Wilton and turned around, approx 8 miles rt. Nice easy ride, flat with hard surface. Going to try to go further the other way next time.

Whistle Stop Rail-Trail

Not for bikes

August, 2015 by dcurran43

The trail is a muti use trail. The ATVs that use it have tilled up the surface with their tires and made it to soft to bike on even with wide tires.

Papermill Trail

Great trail on water

September, 2014 by keithmalcolmmonk

This trail is worth traveling to even though it is relatively short because it is a really outstanding trail. I haven't done the section north of the school yet because I knew it was right alongside a road but the section along the river is excellent. The asphalt is in great shape. There are lots of rushing river views right from the trail but there are also dirt trails that go off of the trail right down to the water where kids (or adults!) can go in and play around. I prefer biking but I have walked this trail because of its short length. Now though, they have just finished a directly adjoining paved trail along the Androscoggin River to bring the total length to 3.35 miles so next time I will probably bring my bike and do the new part as well as the part through fields north of the school for a nice short ride of almost 7 miles round-trip.

Whistle Stop Rail-Trail

Better than expected

July, 2013 by kurtenbm

I road the trail end to end on a Wednesday leaving at 7:30 am. I was a little worried about "soft" terrain based on some other reviews but only encountered it in a few areas and was not that bad. I would still only venture out on a mountain bike and not a hybrid. You do need the wider tires. I finished in about 3.5 hours with plenty of stops for pictures and short breaks. I only saw one ATV along the way. Food and drink can be obtained at several locations along the trail. There is a nice mix of forest, rivers, and marshes. There is very little if at all elevation change. Very enjoyable trail. Definitely recommend it to other mountain bikers. This is the first of several more rails to trails in Maine I plan on doing over the next two weeks. Off to do the Kennebec Valley Trail and will provide updated review as well.

Whistle Stop Rail-Trail

Whistle Stop Sept. 2012

September, 2012 by bill lee

The Northern portion of the trail from the trail head in West Farmington to Main St. in East Wilton and the Southern portion from the Old Jay Hill Rd to downtown Jay have good good, firm well graded gravel surfaces. They were in good condition in spite of recent heavy rain. The center portion of the trail, beginning South of Main St in East Wilton was increasing difficult. First there were trail-wide puddles from rain 36 hours earlier, then the trail surface became unsuitable for hybrid bike use. It is rough, rocky and too loose for safe riding. Serious mountain bikers who are looking for a workout many find this section useful but this rider does not recommend a full length ride of this trail for recreational riders. This is a great trail for 4 wheelers but a full length round trip on two wheels was more work than fun and I can't recommend it.

Kennebec River Rail Trail

Nice easy riding

September, 2012 by mmaheu

This 13 mile, round trip, ride is as easy as it gets. As others have described, it follows the Kennebec, starting out in Augusta and ending in Gardner. But here is tip: if you ride across the parking lot in Gardner, and take a very short ride ( maybe 0.1 miles) along the road, you'll find a boat landing/park on your left. Take the road to the left when you come to a large striped pedestrian crossing. There you can take a seat along the waters edge, watch people loading boats and fishing. If you want to make the round trip ride an even 14 miles you can proceed to the end of the park and take a short ride down a dirt trail. It's not spectacular in there but, it's quiet and affords you some more nice views of the river.

Kennebec River Rail Trail

July, 2012 by tpeter

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