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This is a very short detour and even sitting for some time, we only needed about 30-40 minutes to hang out here. The trail is very short but it is an interesting location. We found ourselves sitting on the rocks above the water and just...More
It's a bit confusing for parking, (choose the small church lot or turn right at the church to find some more parking at the McIntosh Lot end) but once you've gotten that figured out and head down the steep hill you're in for a treat....More
We stumbled across this by accident when needing to kill some time. There was easy marked parking. And an easy trail to fantastic rocky cliff ocean views. So relaxing listening to the crashing waves. This is now a must do on every future Maine trip....More
It took us a bit of time to find this hidden gem because it is not really marked as a tourist attraction. Limited designated free parking is available along the road near the trail. Once you walk to the trail small signs will direct you...More
Silence and peace. Birds were sailing on the breeze and waves crashing on the rocks. There is a path for easy hiking for those without mobility problems, if there is an issue you can still do a bit of it. Lovely
Brought my two dogs for a walk on the trails. Breathtaking views and many people all enjoying what Mother Nature has provided. Was very happy to have spent a few hours here. So were my dogs, who made many dog friends and received lots of...More
Beautiful short trail along the top of the rocks with stunning views of the rocky headland and coastline. Easy and free parking in the designated lay-bys for visitors. Kids loved climbing and exploring the rocks. The drive down to Bailey Island is nice too.