Chessey Preserve – Sebago, 109 acres

The out-and-back trail on Chessey provides access to beautiful and remote Browns Pond through densely wooded mixed forest.

Please see below for the trail map and more information about the preserve and trails.

 Quick Facts

  • Activities: hiking, running,  snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, fishing
  • Length: 1 mile round-trip
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Leave No Trace: Please take out whatever you bring in.
  • No Hunting

     Trail Map (click to expand)

Directions to Trailhead

About the Chessey Preserve Trails

The property is wild and relatively pristine woodland area. The trail is easily accessible from Hancock Pond Road and is a short half-mile to the undeveloped shore of Browns Pond. Parts are rocky and—depending on the time of year—muddy. The forest is a mix of hemlocks, pine and birch, and as the trail opens up on the shore, clear views of all sections of the pond including the marshy north end. Please note: snowmobiles and motorized vehicles are NOT allowed on this property.

Chessey Preserve is an easement property with public access.