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Mt. Tuck Preserve

The new 1.8-mile, one-way trail is now open! The moderate difficulty trail starts at Meadow Road and gradually climbs to the 565' summit, and a scenic viewpoint on the mountain. Hiking out and back takes between 1:15 and 2:00 hours depending upon your pace.
Trail map.


Directions: From Stockton Springs: Turn North on Route 1. In 4.1 mi, turn left onto Meadow Road. Continue 0.6mi and park on the side of right (north) side of the Meadow Road, by the kiosk.. 
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Quick Facts
  • Conservation of Mt. Tuck’s 565’ summit, the second highest point in Stockton Springs.

  • 100+ acres of open space.

  • Adjacent to 495-acre HRS Meadow Farm Wildlife Sanctuary and the 563-acre Sandy Point Game Management Area.

  • In the middle of 2,800 acres of undeveloped open space, providing terrific wildlife habitat.

  • Hunting will continue by permission.

  • Views of Muskrat Pond, the Penobscot River, and the islands of Penobscot Bay.

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