Woodward Point Opening Celebration
Co-hosted by Maine Coast Heritage Trust and Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust
Registration is now closed - this event is at capacity. Please sign up for the wait list and we'll call you if space becomes available. Meanwhile, you can visit Woodward Point Preserve on your own! The Preserve is now open to the public during daylight hours at 225 Woodward Point Road in Brunswick.
A two-year campaign spearheaded by MCHT and Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust raised $3.5 million to preserve this beautiful 87-acre property on two peninsulas with over two miles of shoreline – one of the last undeveloped coastal parcels of its size in Southern Maine. Learn more about Woodward Point.
Guided walks will depart every half hour, led by MCHT and BTLT staff along the preserve's new trails. You're also welcome to explore on your own.
Join us in the barn for fall snacks and refreshments and a chance to learn more about opportunities at this wonderful new preserve.
This event is free and open to the public. Advance registration is required so we'll know how many people to expect and so we can notify you if the event is cancelled due to rain.
225 Woodward Point Road, Brunswick, ME
From the intersection of Route 24 South and Old Bath Road at Cooks Corner in Brunswick:
Head south on Rt. 24/Gurnet Road towards Bailey Island/Orrs Island. After 1.2 miles, turn left onto Board Road. After 0.4 miles, turn right onto Woodward Point Road. Follow 0.9 miles to end of road and proceed onto the preserve (Do not drive into private driveway at preserve entrance.) Follow signs to parking area behind the red barns.
Contact Marj Whitman at or call (207) 729-7366.
Make a donation to MCHT today and support conservation on the coast of Maine. Your contribution helps us protect and steward special places like Woodward Point.
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