Kennebunk Land Trust Property & Trail Map
Kennebunk Land Trust (KLT) was established in 1972. Since its inception, the Trust has worked to protect over 3,400 acres of land through ownership, conservation easement and partnership. These properties include upland forest, coastal marsh and agricultural fields, and many of them are open for recreational enjoyment. This map depicts all Kennebunk Land Trust properties. Those preserves open for public access are clearly identified, as are those with trails.
Kennebunk Land Trust’s mission is to permanently conserve and steward land to benefit natural and human communities.
Kennebunk Land Trust Preserves
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While enjoying the preserves, please help us protect their natural resources by keeping these things in mind:
- Stay on Trail
- Daylight Use Only
- No Fires, Camping or Motorized Vehicles
Respect wildlife by hunting only in-season animals. Be considerate of others. Be aware of your “field of fire.” Do not shoot near developed areas, trails or roads. Follow all municipal, state and federal firearm and hunting regulations. Please contact KLT for permission to hunt.
- Carry in – Carry Out
Trails do not have trash cans or bathroom facilities. Please do not litter.
Dogs are welcome on Kennebunk Land Trust properties. Responsible dog owners will please clean up and remove from premises all pet waste. Be respectful of the environment and of other users, not all walkers are dog lovers. Pets who chase wildlife, or who jump up on or intimidate strangers, are best kept on leash.
- Mountain Biking
Some Kennebunk Land Trust trails are appropriate for mountain biking. While allowed, we ask that you consider surface conditions before riding to prevent rutting and trail damage. Off-trail riding and unsafe riding will not be tolerated. Riders must be sensitive to other users.
Many Kennebunk Land Trust trails pass through habitat for a variety of resident and migrating wildlife. Please be respectful.
Kennebunk Land Trust volunteers monitor and maintain the trails. Should you find downed trees, vandalism or inappropriate uses on any part of the preserves or trails, please contact the Trust.