Great Trails for Winter Adventure

Most of our trailheads are plowed so you can get out for winter adventures.

Mellow walks on wide flat trails through the forest:
Frazier Preserve  – former rail bed, which is now a forested trail in downtown Gorham
Sebago to the Sea Trailrail trail section – great for snowshoeing and cross country skiing (snowmobiles share the trail) with three trailhead options: South Windham USPS parking lot, Gambo Recreation Area in Windham, Shaw Park in Gorham
Moderate Challenge – single wide trails, snowshoes recommended:
Hawkes Preserve – winter trailhead at Great Falls Elementary school (please park in the back of the lot) in Gorham
Black Brook Preserve – winter trailhead on Windam Center Road in Windham
Little River Preserve – blue loop – off Rt 202 in Gorham
Sebago to the Sea Trail – Standish section – trailheads at Johnson Field in Standish, Portland Water District kiosk on Rt 237 and Rt 35 in Standish
Mill Brook Preserve – southern section  trailhead parking at Allen Knight Road in Westbrook, head south on the trail once reaching Mill Brook
Gambo Preserve – trailhead parking at Shaw Park in Gorham or Gambo Recreation Area in Windham
Extreme Challenge  – steep trails, snowshoes and poles highly recommended (like hiking in the White Mountains):
Mill Brook Preserve – middle and northern sections – park at the northern trailhead at the intersection of Rt 302 and Methodist Road in Westbrook
Little River – white trail  – off Rt 202 in Gorham
Click here to see our interactive trail map for the region and trail maps for each individual preserve.