Rocky Lake, Whiting
Featuring nearly six miles of lakeshore and 3,057 acres in Whiting, this wildlife-rich preserve is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts throughout the year.
Monroe Island, Owls Head
Located in Owls Head, this 225-acre island preserve boasts classic Maine coast scenery, including small protected landings, two welcoming campsites, and spectacular views of Penobscot Bay from bold bedrock cliffs.
Whaleboat Island, Harpswell
The largest wild island in Casco Bay, Whaleboat’s scenic campsites, rocky shoreline, gravel beaches, and expansive meadow invite endless exploration.
Bagaduce River Region, Castine
This scenic tidal river and its surrounding landscape, known for its diverse wildlife habitat, is home to many conserved lands, including nine MCHT Preserves.
Battle Island, Penobscot
This small island preserve in Hancock County features lovely views of the Bagaduce River Estuary and many vantage points to spot wildlife.
Treat Island, Eastport
Located between Eastport and Lubec in the deep waters of Passamaquoddy and Cobscook bays, Treat Island has a rich history and abounds in natural beauty.
Black Island and Little Black Island, Frenchboro
This 337-acre preserve, part of Frenchboro, features quiet picnic spots, rugged beauty, and breathtaking ocean-side camping.
Merchant Row, Stonington
Located between Stonington and Isle au Haut, this breathtakingly beautiful archipelago features 11 MCHT island preserves open for exploration, including Saddleback Island, Green Island, Sand Island, Gooseberry, Bills Island, Nathan and Little Nathan Islands, Little Camp Island, The Fort, Pell Island, and Andrews Island.
Calderwood Island, North Haven
This 75-acre island northeast of the Fox Island Thorofare boasts open meadows, inviting beaches, and sweeping views of Penobscot Bay.
Saddleback Island, Stonington
This 78-acre Merchant Row island preserve features stunning coastal scenery for daytime and overnight visitors alike.
High Island, St. George
Just a stone’s throw from the St. George mainland, 20-acre High Island welcomes visitors to camp, picnic, hike, and take in spectacular views from its rugged shoreline.
Marshall Island, Unorganized Territories
Ed Woodsum Preserve encompasses all of 985-acre Marshall Island, one of the largest undeveloped islands on America’s eastern seaboard and home to remote campsites, rugged trails, and picturesque sand beaches.
Hog Island, Brooklin
Once owned by famed author E.B. White, Hog Island’s beaches and granite ledges invite exploration on the eastern edge of Eggemoggin Reach.
Jed’s Island, Blue Hill
Located in Morgan Bay, this mostly wooded 15-acre island is surrounded by gravel beaches and a rocky shoreline that welcomes daytime and overnight visitors alike.
Lanes Island, Yarmouth
Located near the mouth of the Royal River, Lanes Island in Yarmouth has drawn visitors to its sandy shores for centuries.