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Pineland Public Reserved Land and Pineland Farms

Home > Places > Pineland Public Reserved Land and Pineland Farms


The Pineland Public Reserved Land is located along Route 231 in New Gloucester, Maine - not too far from Portland and the coast of Maine.  There is 600 acres of preserved land on both sides of Route 231 in both fields and woods.  Two short hiking trails are located here.  The North Loop Trail, accessed off Depot Road, will take you to the Royal River.  The South Loop Trail, accessed off Old Farm Road, goes through some very nice woods.  These lands once supplied the needs of the Pineland Center - a state institution.  Both are well-marked and traverse varied terrain in a quiet country-side, woods setting.  Find more information at the web page on Pineland Public Reserved Land by the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands.

Contact Info for the Pineland Public Reserved Land:

Bureau of Parks and Lands
P.O. Box 327
Farmington, ME 04938
207-778-8231

In the same area is the Pineland Farms complex - a recreational, farm, and business community. There are business offices, a creamery, three working farms, farmer's market, hiking and skiing trails, orienteering, garden, equestrian center, and more located here.  Pineland Farms is a privately-owned working farm and recreational area open to the public for exploration, recreation, and education. There are working dairy, sheep and poultry barns.  Weddings and functions are hosted here and overnight guests can stay in the on-site accommodations.

Pineland Farms.  New Gloucester, Maine.  Maine's working farm, creamery, market, recreational and business campus.

Pineland Farms Garden.  This is a great place to view a variety of garden plants.  Benches are available and if you are working or hiking or just driving by it is a great place to have lunch (you need to brown-bag it).

The Market at Pineland Farms.  Open every day from 8 am to 6 pm.  Located on Route 231, New Gloucester, Maine.  (207) 688-4539.  Cheese, Wolfe's Neck Natural Meats, fresh local produce, locally crafted beer and wine, Maine-Made gifts, and sweet corn.

Pineland Farms Guesthouses.

Map of Pineland Farms Center Trails.  View a map posted by libbyhill.org.

"Pineland Cemetery".

Directions.


Other Sites Describing the Pineland Recreational Area

Pineland Public Reserved Land.  Wildernet.com

Pineland Public Reserved Land.  Yahoo! Travel.

Pineland Cemetery Exploration.  By Strange Maine Blog, September 13, 2008.  Read a little of the disquieting past of Pineland Center.

Pineland Farms.  Maine Office of Tourism provides a description of Pineland Farms.

Cross Country Ski Trails at Pineland - by Morton Trails.  Nordic skiing is available at Pineland.  Read a description and download a map of the skiing trails.

Bradbury-Pineland Corridor.  A walking path is being developed between Pineland and Bradbury Mountain State Park.

Pineland Summer Day Camp - YMCA
25 Campus Drive, New Gloucester, Maine 04260
Phone:  (207) 688-2255

Cumberland County YMCA - at Pineland

Pownal Land Trust.  Read on efforts to link Bradbury Mountain State Park with Pineland with a seven-mile hiking trail across 15 different parcels of privately-owned land.

Pineland Farms Trail Challenge.  Maine Track Club.

Pineland Farms.  By Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Businesses Located at Pineland Center

Mountain, LTD.  Recruiting and staffing solutions for temporary and contract workers.

MedTech Publishing Company.  Healthcare Finance News and Healthcare IT News. 


News Articles About Pineland Farms

September 14, 2008.  "Pineland Cemetery".  Maine Mysteries.

May 26, 2008.  "Pineland Farms Trail Challenge".  Mercury Moon.

January 13, 2008.  "Road Trip: Pineland Farms".  Sun Journal.

December 31, 2006.  "Pineland's balancing act".  Portland Press Herald.

August 16, 2006.  "Life's Lessons ongoing at Pineland Farms".  Portland Press Herald.


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