Roberts Farm Preserve offers hiking trails of various difficulty levels with something sure to meet the fitness needs of every family member. Three different types of trails are offered here: trails that are American Disabilities Act certified, trails suitable for cross-country skiing, and traditional hiking trails. This lovely recreational space forms a part of the Western Foothills Land Trust.
Many of the plants housed within the park are rare and as such are protected by law. Dogs are warmly invited to join their owners on the premises, but they must remain leashed. Because there are no on-site amenities provided, owners should come prepared with drinking water for their dogs.
Bathrooms are not housed on the grounds. Poop bags are not available at Roberts Farm Preserve. However, owners are required to comply with Maine dog by-laws by cleaning up after their pets. To this end, they should carry poop bags with them at all times. Roberts Farm Preserve is a public facility.
There is no fee required to access the premises. Some of the popular outdoor activities at this park include running, walking, hiking, and biking. In the winter months, Roberts Farm Preserve is also a haven for Nordic skiing, fat tire biking, and snowshoeing. Only non-motorized vehicles are permitted on the trails.
The staff of Roberts Farm Preserve appreciates all owners cooperating with Maine state law by ensuring their pets are up to date on vaccinations. A city dog license is also highly recommended. Looking for a great Maine park with something for the whole family to enjoy? Plan a trip to Roberts Farm Preserve today!