Lands & Trails

The Orono Land Trust maintains 14 different areas. Visitors use our trails for a range of outdoor activities. In the summer, you can use our trails for walking and biking. In the winter, skiing, snowshoeing, and more are available.

Our more than 1,000 acres offer a host of low-impact activities for people of all ages to enjoy the natural beauty of Maine.

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

Orono Bog Boardwalk

The 4,200-foot Orono Bog Boardwalk opened in June 2003. It is easily accessed via Bangor…

Gould Landing

This land contains 38 acres of upland, wetlands, and two islands. The OLT stewards this…

Sklar Park

Sklar Park is a 40-acre parcel situated at the west end of Main St., between…

Other Local Lands & Trails

Caribou Bog – Penjajawoc Project

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 at Bangor Land Trust have excellent trails, which can easily be incorporated into longer adventures when combined with Orono trails.