Pork Point Walking Trail

Welcome to Pork Point!

This portion of public land gives you stunning views of the bay from Pork Point. A simple trail leads from the gate on Pork Point Rd, to the tip of the point; allowing you to explore the woods and enjoy numerous sightings of wildflowers and wildlife. There are access points to the protected shores that allow you to watch boats go by on the bay and sit in the shade. Depending on the tide, the sand lends itself to sunbathing and the water to swimming. Much of the forest ground is naturally flat due to needle beds, and draining soil keeps the land from becoming too muddy making it easily traversable and accessible for the whole family.  Be sure to visit all of our town’s public lands for the true Bowdoinham experience!

Hours: None – Always Open to The Public

Parking: There is a small gravel lot near the trail head on Pork Point Rd. (See directions below) 

Activities: Spring/Summer/Fall - Bird Watching, Walking, Swimming and Picnicking      Winter – Snowshoeing

Trail Length: .75 Miles to the Point - 1.5 Miles Round Trip

Good to Know:

  • Easy Walk
  • Dog and Family Friendly!
  • Trail along the water can get eroded slightly so mind your step!

Open fires and camping are not permitted at this location. 

Directions to Pork Point Public Land

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