MCHT Preserves in the
In Maine’s easternmost county, MCHT helped conserve the famous Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land and owns and manages vast and extraordinarily beautiful stretches of Bold Coast at Bog Brook Cove and Hamilton Cove preserves, as well as preserves in and around Cobscook Bay. You can hike trails for miles or pass an afternoon on a cobble beach, looking out for whales.
Bog Brook Cove
Bog Brook Cove in Cutler and Trescott features gravel and cobble beaches, breathtaking views of the Bold Coast, a universally-accessible trail, and abundant wildlife viewing opportunities.
Boot Head in Lubec features moss-lined paths to coastal bogs, cobble beaches and rocky promontories that offer stunning views of Maine’s Bold Coast.
Located in Cutler, this 30-acre preserve offers easy access to a cobble beach and expansive views of Maine’s Bold Coast.
Frank E. Woodworth
Off the beaten path, the Woodworth Preserve features lush evergreen forests and picturesque coastal scenery in the heart of Pleasant Bay.
This 1,225-acre preserve in Lubec provides people of all ages opportunities to experience a rugged coastal landscape of cobble beaches, sheer cliffs, and rocky promontories.
Located near Birch Point in Perry, the ecologically rich Lincoln Cove Preserve features scenic views of a quiet corner of Cobscook Bay.
With a rich history, this scenic point in Machiasport boasts incredible natural beauty with sweeping views to the islands of outer Machias Bay.
Located in Eastport, this 14-acre island preserve that is accessible during low tides invites exploration in a wild corner of Maine’s easternmost city.
Located in Milbridge, this 80-acre island is home to nesting bald eagles, foraging shorebirds, and other wildlife.
While small, three-acre Shabbit Island in Addison is highly scenic and lies within a region of high-value seabird and shorebird wildlife habitat.
Located in a northern corner of Cobscook Bay in the town of Perry, this coastal preserve features stunning views and ample wildlife viewing opportunities.