Trails and Maps

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OLT preserves eleven properties in fee (629 acres),nine conservation easements (657 acres), eight trail easements (3 acres) and stewards 190 acres of other private and public land.  OLT maintains these properties and trails for public non-motorized use, including walking, skiing, snowshoeing, geocaching, bicycling, and other low-impact recreational opportunities.

Click the links below for more information, including downloadable/printable maps.

ORONO

Brent Halsey Educational Forest

Davis Conservation Easement

Gould Landing Trail

Jeremiah Colburn Natural Area

Newman Hill, Dorion, & Hinds Conservation Easements (Caribou Bog Conservation Area)

Orono Bog Boardwalk

Piney Knoll Conservation Area

Rampe Conservation Easement & Orono HS

Sklar Park

Stillwater River Trail

Dwight B. Demeritt Forest – North: Groomed Cross Country Ski Trails (not owned or maintained by OLT)

VEAZIE

Buck Hill Conservation Area

McPhetres Farm Forest, Davis Forest, & Manterwood


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CARIBOU BOG – PENJAJAWOC PROJECT
A Conservation / Recreation Corridor

The Orono Land Trust, in collaboration with Bangor Land Trust, the municipalities of Bangor, Orono, Old Town, and Veazie, and others, to preserve open space and build a recreational and wildlife asset – from Bangor’s Essex Woods northwards beyond Pushaw Lake.  This Bangor Daily News article is now several years old but does a nice job summarizing the project.


Bangor Land Trust

Our land trust neighbors have excellent trails, which can easily be incorporated into longer adventures when combined with Orono trails. http://www.bangorlandtrust.org/printable-maps.html