Location: Near Staceyville, Penobscot County Description: The Wassataquoick Public Reserved Land unit contains miles of the Wassataquoik Stream and East Branch of the Penobscot, both of which offer outstanding native brook trout and salmon habitat. Paddlers enjoy the swift currents of the East Branch, and primitive campsites can be found on the shores of Wassataquoik Stream. The Read More
Public Reserved Lands
Maine has approximately 600,000 acres of Public Reserved Lands, managed by the Bureau of Parks and Lands, in 37 separate parcels located across the state. These lands are enjoyed for their outstanding hiking, camping, birding, fishing, and hunting opportunities. They include the Bigelow Preserve, Kennebec Highlands, Tumbledown, Cutler’s Bold Coast, Donnell Pond, Debouillie, Mount Abraham, and other Maine gems.
Tunk Lake Area, including Donnell Pond and Spring River Lake Location: In and around Township 10 SD, 12 miles east of Ellsworth, Hancock County Description: The Donnell Pond Public Reserved Land unit includes mountains, pristine lakes, and remote ponds all spread out over 14,000 acres in eastern Maine. There are sites for camping along the pond’s beaches, Read More