Mast Landing

Freeport, Maine 04034

Mast Landing

Mast Landing Professional Review and Guide

"A hike through an Audubon sanctuary with upland ridges, fields, and a tidal stream. Mast Landing gives visitors a glimpse of what Maine looked like in the past. The word "mast" refers to an industry that once flourished here: mast-making for sailing ships. The many mature oaks produce another kind of mast today: acorns.

The trails at Mast Landing provide opportunities to view upland game and birds as well as estuarine wildlife. The trail guide available at the trailhead offers insights on the area's natural history. This hike is highly recommended for families with children. General location: On the outskirts of Freeport in Cumberland County."

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Trail Information

Freeport
Nearby City
1.9
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
Year-round.
Season
Maine Audubon Society, (207) 781-2330
Local Contacts
DeLorme's The Maine Atlas and Gazetteer
Local Maps