Rocky Hills Preserve
Rocky Hills is a 200 acre preserve that is a part of a large unfragmented block of conservation land around York Pond. This focus area of conserved land is an effort between Great Works Regional Land Trust, Maine IF&W, and the Town of Eliot. Vernal pools and scrub shrub wetlands are scattered throughout this mixed hardwood forest and contains an old granite quarry site.
Conserved in 1997, a donation of 100 acres of woodland on the east side of Route 236 across from Marshwood High School up Punkintown Road.
Terrain: hilly. DIFFICULT
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