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Beaverdam Stream Preserve

Preserve Details

Type: Gravel Loop and connector trails, 0.5 miles

Access:  Maine Hwy, 9 then trail

Size:  97 Acres

Access to water:  Yes, Beaverdam Stream

Recreation Types:  Hiking, trail riding, birding, nature study, wildlife viewing.

Wildlife viewing opportunities:  Information coming soon.

Map coordinates   44°58'53.55"N 67°37'49.35"W


This property conserves some of the last best Atlantic salmon habitat! Enjoy the trails and woods! 

A sensitive area, visitors are asked to stay on the trails, avoiding the stream habitat itself and refraining from picking blueberries from the organically managed barren.  The blueberry fields are being commercially harvested, and please be aware of and respectful towards the harvesters.

These trails are mostly gravel, and appropriate for fat wheel bikes. In the winter the Gravel Loop and Connector Trails are open to snowmobiles.  

We welcome the public to the DSF Land Trust properties and ask that you review the Hunting & Wildlife Viewing Equipment Policy in advance of your visit. All properties are 'carry-in, carry-out'.  You must have a permit to have a campfire on the properties.


State law requires fire permits for all open fires (including in campsite fire rings). Campfires may be banned during dry periods. Contact the Maine Forest Service for a permit at (207) 827-1800.


Beaverdam Stream Preserve can be accessed from Route 9, approximately 3/4 of a mile east of route 192 in Wesley.  There is vehicle parking.

New trail maps coming soon!
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