Trails and Maps for the Region
The coastal Maine and New Brunswick landscape is rich with trails to be discovered. On this page you'll find some of the more popular trail destinations and trail map resources. Maine at the top followed by New Brunswick trails and maps.
Links to clubs and trail alerts. Promoting safe and responsible use of ATVs.
BikeMaine's 2016 route from Winter Harbor to Jonesport, Machias, Eastport, Lubec, Milbridge and back to Winter Harbor.
This state byway follows Route 1 for 125 miles between Millbridge and Eastport, with a few swoops down to visit fishing villages and the easternmost point of land in the contiguous U.S.
A new inset with hydrographic data detail for the waters west of Cobscook Bay, where fishing vessels encounter some of the earth’s highest tidal ranges, powerful currents, and treacherous conditions.
Marks places for cycling, picnicking, hiking, camping, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fishing, etc.,
Maps for navigating the Village of Lubec, Town of Lubec, and the Coastal Region.
Guidebook, Lighthouses and Lobsters, and Historic Sites and Museums maps
Maps, guidebooks, checklists - everything you need to find the birds!
Maintaining and protecting properties throughout coastal Washington County, DCC offers nine public access properties.
From Penobscot Bay to Cobscook Bay, this trail connects historic and active fisheries sites that illustrate the region’s maritime heritage.
Order a trail map online from the University of Maine bookstore.
Information, apps and online map at http://iceagetrail.umaine.edu.
Videos of Hal Borns, author of the Downeast Ice Age Trail map at a variety of stops on the map.
An 87 mile multi-use trail, open year round, along the rail corridor from High Street Trailhead in Ellsworth to Ayers Junction in Pembroke, for snowmobilers, ATV-ers, pedestrians, bicyclists, cross country skiers, equestrians and other outdoor enthusiasts.
This 140-mile part of the East Coast Greenway offers an unforgettable combination of the best of rural Maine and its small towns and villages, blueberry barrens and bald eagles.
Explore Maine’s rich maritime heritage.
A wealth of information for planning your next biking trip: tour loops, pre-planning information, road conditions and cautions, maps and photos
Explanation of geological history and processes for various locations in Maine
The Maine Beer Trail spotlights the high quality and creative diversity of fresh, hand-crafted, Maine-made beer. The Lubec Brewing Company is now open! Come enjoy Maine's easternmost-made beer!
Follow this trail for Chocoholics that brings you to Lubec!
To protect ecological diversity, scenic beauty, low impact recreation, and other community benefits, MCHT manages more than 50 preserves along Maine's coast.
Choice of full-featured or streamlined map display of traffic reports and toll-free phone numbers.
America's first water trail, created, protected, and enjoyed by people who love the coast of Maine. Although it officially ends in Machias, it also includes a side trip to Cobscook and Passamaquoddy Bays, including ten remote, wild islands in the Canadian Maritimes. This area is listed as dangerous because navigation is notoriously difficult with huge tides, strong currents, and frequent heavy fog.
Maps of snowmobile trails and links to clubs for trail conditions.
Search a database of four-season trails in Maine to find the right trail for your next adventure. Browse interactive trail maps, trail descriptions, pictures, and trip reports.
Includes one winery in our region!
Historic places from both sides of the border.
Enjoy public art and Maine’s scenic vistas from Little Deer Isle to Eastport while you visit the large-scale sculptures created by world-class artists. Downloadable map on website.
Accommodations, restaurants, and places of interest on Campobello Island, NB.
Deer Island, White Head Island, and Grand Manan ferry information - schedules, rates, map and contact information.
Interactive Mapquest map for getting directions to your New Brunswick location.
Printable pdf maps of New Brunswick Municipalities.
Find a provincial park in New Brunswick and reserve lodging.
Walking trails with stupendous views.
The New Brunswick Trails Council Inc. is a non-profit, membership/volunteer organization dedicated to the advancement of the trails movement in New Brunswick. Find map of trail locators.
Information you'll need for snowmobiling New Brunswick - permits, trail status, and maps.
Printable pdf map of a scenic drive along New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy coastal region.