Great Works Regional Land Trust protects forests, farms, and water quality in Southern Maine. Over the past 35 years, our grassroots nonprofit organization has worked to conserve 7,000 acres of significant land, offering 18 public preserves and counting with trails for vigorous hikes or gentle strolls. When using our trails please observe our Property Guidelines.
Please note: There are (2) Preserves where dogs are NOT allowed. These locations are Beach Plum Farm and Savage Preserve. Additionally, dogs are NOT allowed on the Parker Forest Trail Easement accessible via the Negutaquet Conservation Area.
The GIS map below shows conserved land and GWRLT preserves in dark green. Zoom in to view trails, click preserves for more information and to link to their individual preserve pages. A list of GWRLT preserves by town is listed below the map.
Great Works Regional Land Trust preserves sit on the traditional ancestral homeland of the Abenaki and Pennacook Peoples of the Wabanaki Confederacy. We acknowledge and honor with gratitude the lands, waterways, flora, fauna, and the Alnôbak (people) who have stewarded these lands throughout generations. We recognize that every member of our six towns has, and continues to benefit from, the use and occupation of this land. Consistent with our deeper values of community, inclusion, and diversity, we have a responsibility to acknowledge and make visible GWRLT’s relationship to the Native peoples. It is vitally important that we not only recognize the history of the land on which we stand, but also, we recognize that there are Native people in Maine and the wider Wabanaki homeland today, and that their story has continued for more than 12,000 years.
Rocky Hills Preserve, South Berwick/Eliot
Orris Falls Conservation Area, South Berwick
Your local land trust in the Berwicks, Eliot, Ogunquit & Wells
Office: 610 Main St. Ogunquit, ME
PO Box 151
South Berwick, ME