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Points of Interest

Piney Knoll Conservation Area

Ride Description

Stunning riverviews, marsh, field, and towering pine forest can all be found along the miles of trails within the Piney Knoll Conservation Area. This trail network connects northward to the University of Maine bike paths and DeMerritt Forest across Park Street.

Ride Highlights

  •   Historic old cellar
  •   Scenic overlook of Penobscot

Other Information

Directions: Parking can be found in four roadside dirt lots in Orono on Marsh Lane, Colburn Drive, Hillside Road, and at the end of Penobscot Street.

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Type: Trail
Length: 4 miles
Difficulty: Easy
Surface: Unpaved

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Orono Land Trust

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