Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary Trail

EASY
Lewiston, ME
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Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary Trail is a 2.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Lewiston, ME that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

2.2 miles 370 feet Loop
no dogs kid friendly birding hiking nature trips snowshoeing trail running forest views wild flowers wildlife muddy rocky
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Has numerous well marked and groomed trails. Outer loop is approximately 3.5 miles. From parking lot to top is about .5 miles.

David Roberts
1 month ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

Fun trail to walk and run. Lots of hills and scenery. A little wet in some areas when I was there (March) but not too bad. Well used but not crowded.

Stacia Saniuk-Gove
3 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Capt. Lyman Stuart
5 months ago

66 Completed18 Reviews

Amazing trail system with several routes you can take. As for getting here, you should look for Highland Spring Rd. Go to the end of that and take a right on Montello then quick left into the parking area. I tried to reassign the location mark and with luck Google will work better for getting here.

Mark Ireland
5 months ago

5 Completed5 Reviews

Elizabeth Bransky
8 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Gps directions via this ap took us to a non entrance but once we got there after getting directions from local Cumberland Farms really enjoyed the trails. Calm peaceful lovely walk. Would do it again.

Adam Pinard
11 months ago

9 Completed3 Reviews

nice paths. great for kids. nice for jogging. pretty quiet for being in town. well marked. good place to "get away" for a few.

amanda kesseli
1 year ago

4 Completed3 Reviews

Excellent trails, well marked. The trail map did not indicate difficult areas. It was very wet but there is still some snow and no bugs so I particularly enjoyed this time of year.

Pam Ouellette
3 years ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great trails to hike with children with variety of sights (old stone fireplaces, foundations of structures from years ago, berries to pick and eat!, brooks and ponds to skim rocks, and gigantic boulders to climb)to keep kids entertained. Lets not forget that this is the largest bird sanctuary in Maine. Will be a great area to snowshoe with kids when the time is right. Beautiful views, variety of animals including deer and fisher cats.

Constance D.
3 years ago

Lovely

Monique Hebert
3 years ago

5 Completed3 Reviews

Great hike for young families.Great way to introduce hiking to kids. Great variety of trails and wildlife.

Daryl Smith
4 years ago

5 Completed5 Reviews

You can hike these trails year round. No pets, wheeled vehicles of ANY kind and no guns. Site is easy for most anyone but can get sloppy in spots. I hike it very often as it is closest to my home and never tire of its beauty. I have seen deer tracks, a weasel, turkey and a quail just to name some of what you might see.