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P.O. Box 152, Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915

We are a group of organizations and individuals working to support conservation and stewardship of natural, scenic, historic, and public access resources of local lands and water. Come join us for an educational program or workshop, or for one of our weekend outings as we explore wild places on foot or on water. FMI: call 338-4427, 338-1147. No web site yet.

There's a circulatory trail around the entire park. All in all 1/2 mile. Long down hill and long uphill!

The Y has a wonderful indoor walking track hanging over the perimeter of the gym. Get moving. There's no snow or ice except your friends will try to talk your ear off.

Box 947, Belfast, Maine, USA, 04915
friendsofbelfastparks.org

Friends of Belfast Parks is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, improvement and use of Belfast's parks and green spaces. This website features many photos and descriptions of Belfast parks, a page devoted to photos and information about Belfast's annual "Arts in the Park," a page describing the activities of the members of Friends of the Parks, and a page ...

Just a mile or two east of Belfast on Route One is one of the sweetest little State Parks in Maine. Always easy to get into, great trails, great views of Penobscot Bay, always a good sunset location, lovingly maintained, a big gazebo for renting for family or friends with cooking facilities, good rest rooms, a kids play area, lots of picnic tables well spread out, and a lot of people's favorite do ...

Searsport, Maine
maine.sierraclub.org/sears_island.htm

Sears Island is the largest uninhabited island on the East Coast and it about 5 miles from Belfast in..... Searsport! This is the Sierra Club web link to the island. The Sierra Club has been a leader in defending Sears Island... or as some would say "stifling development". This link is a great place to find out more about the island. The island itself is one of the best walks in our area.

www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail.asp?trailid=MTU068-021

and why shouldn't they! A simple little walking map around Belfast. Also a good site for hiking Maine in general.