Trails & Bridges

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Classic stone bridges, picturesque waterfalls, and a wild meadow make these some of the most historic and unique walking trails in Maine.

Designed for recreation and nature appreciation by the Vaughans in the early 1900s,  Hundreds of visitors come to Vaughan Woods each day, a testament to its popularity. Nicknamed “Hobbitland” by local residents, it is a place of stunning beauty and natural wonder.

Owned and managed by the non-profit organization Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead, Vaughan Woods is protected by a conservation easement through The Kennebec Land Trust and contains approximately 3 miles of trails that vary in width and degree of difficulty for walking.

Learn More: 
The Story of Vaughan Woods
Bridges Restoration Project