Lands & Trails

Sklar Park

Sklar Park is a 40-acre parcel situated at the west end of Main St., between Route 2 and I-95. The park is a 1985 gift from the David Sklar Family to the Town of Orono and is managed by OLT and the Town. Local Boy Scouts built bridges and widened trail loops within the park. […]

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Davis Conservation Easement

This conservation easement of almost 33 acres is in place to provide significant public benefit by protecting and preserving in perpetuity: (1) the forever wild state of the forested portion of the Protected Property, in particular by allowing said forest to achieve an old growth condition, or whatever successional stages nature may bring about without active human intervention;

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Orono Bog Boardwalk

The 4,200-foot Orono Bog Boardwalk opened in June 2003. It is easily accessed via Bangor City Forest and is wheelchair accessible. Educational guided walks are offered through this outstanding example of a raised peat bog with various habitat types. It is a key parcel in the Caribou Bog Penjajawoc Conservation Project. The area was designated

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Gould Landing

This land contains 38 acres of upland, wetlands, and two islands. The OLT stewards this property for the Maine Department of Transportation. A trail easement given by Glenn Young in 2003 allowed improved access and a walking trail was created. Access this property via Gould Landing at Pushaw Lake, located at the end of Essex

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