Preserves and Trails

The Presumpscot Regional Land Trust has 14 public access Preserves and 1,600 acres of conserved lands with miles of public access trails and water access. We also coordinate the Sebago to the Sea Trail a 28-mile trail from Standish to Portland. Zoom in and click on the preserves in the map below to learn more about our trails (full-screen version available here).

Click below to view or print a two-page overview of our public access Preserves:


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We invite you to explore the trails on our Preserves:

Black Brook Preserve, Windham

Chessey Preserve, Sebago

Cummings Preserve, Gorham

Frog Hollow Farm Preserve, Gorham

Frazier Preserve, Gorham

Gambo Preserve and Shaw Park, Gorham

Hawkes Preserve, Gorham

Little River Preserve, Gorham

Mill Brook Preserve, Westbrook

Meadowland Preserve, Gorham

Pringle Wildlife Preserve, Windham

St. Pierre Landing, Gorham

Sebago to the Sea Trail, Standish to Portland

West Sky, Gorham


For fly-fishing enthusiasts, this map highlights some great spots in the Presumpscot River watershed–including a few Presumpscot Regional Land Trust Preserves–that are all publicly accessible and stocked by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife in the spring.

To learn more, contact us at info@prlt.org

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