Hockomock Nature Trail

Waldoboro, Maine 4572

Hockomock Nature Trail

Hockomock Nature Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The trail winds through a mixed forest dominated by white pine to Hockomock Point, with several self-guided nature trail markers along the way.

Across a narrow channel is Hog Island, the Audubon camp buildings visible along the shore. To the west is Muscongus Sound. The trail goes east along Keene Narrows, past the boat dock. The Pine Trail continues along the shore, then loops back through piney woods to the trailhead."

More Hockomock Nature Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"A self-guided nature trail through woods and fields and along the shore. The trail passes an example of an Indian shell midden. People of the Abnaki Tribe summered on Keene Neck, digging shellfish and depositing the shells in heaps.

The Audubon Ecology Camp has dug into one of these heaps, exposing layers of clamshells that date from the years before European colonization. General location: Keene Neck south of Waldoboro in Bremen, Lincoln County."

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Trail Information

Waldoboro
Nearby City
1.2
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
1-2 hours
Duration
May–Oct
Season