Accessible Hiking Trails To Check Out In Maine

Although some of us are still recovering from the winter or dreading another nor’easter, spring has officially started in Maine. As temperatures rise, many have already begun looking for a way to get outside and celebrate the outdoors. Luckily, Maine has no shortage of outdoor attractions, and many are accessible to those with limited mobility and people with disabilities.

Acadia National Park is boasted as one of the most accessible in the nation. The park is home to several wide carriage roads and there are accessible trails surrounding both Bubble Pond and Eagle Lake. The Eagle Lake Parking area also has wheelchair-accessible restrooms and parking. Additionally, at Wildwood Stables horse-drawn carriages are able to accommodate two passengers using wheelchairs with up to four additional passengers for tours.

The aptly named Valentine Farm Universally Accessible Trail is just over a mile and has a crushed gravel surface that is level and able to accommodate wheelchairs, strollers and walkers. The trail overlooks the Androscoggin River is known as a blueberry hot spot.

The Southern Corea Heath Trail is a short, wheelchair accessible trail that leads to an observation deck that overlooks Corea Heath. This trail is a part of the Maine Coastal Island National Wildlife Refuge, meaning the chances of spotting wildlife, especially seabirds, are pretty good.

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