Blueberries and moose, lobsters and local brews: The Greenway helps you sample Maine's best — including the 87-mile Sunrise Trail, former logging roads.
The East Coast Greenway begins its journey in Calais, Maine, at the Canadian border. The route through Maine continues south and west through coastal communities, historic mill cities, and Down East blueberry barrens. The 87-mile Sunrise Trail*, on former logging roads in the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, is the longest continuous stretch of the Greenway to date. At Ellsworth, northbound travelers can select our complementary 150-mile coastal route or the spine route, which heads through Bangor.
Two route notices:
Mileage counts reflect the portion of each trail that is part of East Coast Greenway.
Calais Waterfront Walkway, Calais; 1 mi
Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge Trail, Baring; 8.5 mi
Downeast Sunrise Trail, Washington and Hancock Counties; 85 mi
Kennebec River Rail Trail, Augusta-Hallowell-Farmingdale-Gardiner; 6.5 mi
Rotary Centennial Trail, Benton; 1.9 mi
Brewer Riverwalk, Brewer; 0.4 mi
Lewiston Riverside Trail, Lewiston ME; 1.25 mi
Lisbon Trail, Lisbon; 3.3 mi
Topsham Trail, Topsham; 0.5 mi
Androscoggin River Bicycle Path, Brunswick; 2.6 mi
Beth Condon Memorial Pathway, Yarmouth; 1.9 mi
Martin’s Point Bridge, Yarmouth-Portland ME; 0.4 mi
Eastern Promenade/Connector/Back Cove Trail, Portland; 2.3 mi
South Portland Greenbelt, South Portland; 6 mi
Eastern Trail, Scarborough-Saco-Old Orchard Beach; 11 mi
Belfast Harborwalk & Passagassawakeag River Footbridge, Belfast; 1.1 miles
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