Woodward Point Preserve is located in Eastern Brunswick and is made up of soft sand, which becomes a walkable mudflat when the tide goes out. Recently, softshell clams have been showing up in the cove, to the surprise of many, as clam populations are down around the state due to the introduction of the invasive Read More
Humans enjoy getting out to explore Maine's environment—but so do our four-legged friends! Taking a walk with your dog on one of Maine's public lands is great exercise for you, and for your pet. Keeping your dog active will help work off some energy and keep their muscles in shape. These locations allow dogs, but Maine has a leash law, so be sure you have your dog leashed or harnessed as you head out to explore. Also be sure to have plenty of fresh water for them during and after your hike.