Prescott Field Trail System
A Milestone in the Accessible Trails Project
The Accessible Trails Project included trailhead road signage, trail rerouting, and increased accessibility to the trail. The project also repurposed an unused town parking area and built a .51-mile crushed stone fully accessible trail to the banks of the Sandy River. The accessible trail reroutes around steep areas and through the compaction of stone aggregate, the trail surface is wide and stable. Renovations were funded through grants from the Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund, Maine Timberland Trust, Northern Forest Center, Libra Foundation, and Franklin Savings Bank.
Discover the Accessible Trail in Our 5.1-Mile Trail Network
The accessible trail connects and is part of a larger, 5.1-mile, trail system throughout the fields and along the Sandy River. You can find information on the ADA trail at Maine Trail Finder and a full map on the UMF website.
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