Frog Hollow Farm Preserve – Gorham, 62 acres

An easy walk around the pond at Frog Hollow Farm affords wildlife viewing opportunities or continue on into the mixed forest in search of old apple trees. Check back soon for updates about expansion of this trail system to the south part of the Preserve.

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

     Quick Facts

  • Activities: hiking, running,  snowshoeing, cross-country skiing
  • Length: 0.8 miles round-trip
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Leave No Trace: Please take out whatever you bring in.
  • Hunting Permitted (blaze orange recommended in Fall)

Trail Map (click to expand)

Directions to Trailhead

About the Frog Hollow Farm Preserve Trails

The trailhead is at the end of Winslow Road in Gorham. Park in the small lot on the right side of the road (please do not park in the driveway that is an extension of Winslow Road).

Frog Hollow features hiking, snowshoeing, and numerous wildlife viewing opportunities.   Animal life seen here include waterfowl, blue herons, deer, coyotes, rabbits, and foxes. The woodlands are a mixture of hardwood and softwood, with an occasional apple tree found in the woods.

Frog Hollow Farm was given to the WLT in December of 2003.  It is the gift of John L. “Jack” Dunham.  Mr. Dunham had owned the property for over 50 years and wanted to be sure that the land that he loved was protected permanently.  Because of Mr. Dunham’s generosity, local residents will have the opportunity to enjoy this beautiful land forever.

Frog Hollow Farm Preserve is owned in fee by the Presumpscot Regional Land Trust.