Location: West of Weld, in Franklin County
Description: The Tumbledown Public Reserved Land unit is 10,000 acres of mountainous trails and several peaks with dramatic views of surrounding Franklin County. The trails vary in difficulty, but the popular Tumbledown Mountain Trail leads you to Tumbledown Pond, a scenic pond atop the mountain where hikers often cool off with a dip and enjoy the view. On the trails, there are caves, panoramic views, and cliffs over 700 feet tall.
Activities: Hiking, swimming, and observing wildlife.
For More Information: Visit Maine Trail Finder where you can find more information on the hikes within the Tumbledown Public Reserved Land unit.