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First off, there is no admission fee so keep that in mind if you feel like the trails should be perfectly groomed at all times.
It is true that PARTS of the trail system are a little overgrown, HOWEVER, there are boardwalks over those areas...More
This trail is very poorly maintained. Overgrown walkways through marsh areas can result in wet and muddy shoes. Poorly marked trail that takes you out on a road for the final mile. There are far better hikes nearby.
We have heard so much about this trail that we decided to walk it. The signs are horrible and tree markers hard to find. We found ourselves out on a street one time and really had no clue where to go. A mistake we made...More
Lovely hike thru forests & wetlands. I love the boardwalks that lead out onto Holt Pond. My last trip out was in late September, the red maples were still wearing their dynamic fall foliage :) I've been many times though all four seasons and greatly...More
Holt Pond Preserve is in South Bridgton, on the Grist Mill Road (previously called Mosquito Roost Road, for good reason.) The road is a challenge--narrow, rutted dirt, with some additional features such as fallen trees. If you have a small, all wheel drive vehicle you'll...More