Mount Percival Preserve

Photo courtesy of OPIA Creative

Bluff Road,

73 acres

0.6 mile round-trip, moderate.

Hiking, Snowshoeing

Trail Descriptions

The trail makes a gradual climb to the summit (elevation 410 feet), where the foundation of an early rusticator’s tower and cistern remains. In the early 1900s, there were expansive views of Penobscot Bay and the Camden Hills, but the growing forest now blocks the view.

Look for

Stone wall foundation and cistern of historic rusticator’s lookout tower at the summit Large white ash trees that line the trail to the summit Stepping stones from road


From Lincolnville Beach, take Route 1 north 4.9 miles, taking a slight right onto Shore Road. Continue 1 mile as it turns into Pound Hill Road, then turn right at the fork onto Upper Bluff Road. Continue for 0.5 miles to preserve entrance on the left, across from the mailbox marked 220 Upper Bluff Road. Park along the road.


Donated by the Hildreth family and transferred from Maine Coast Heritage Trust in 2003.

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