Androscoggin Woods

Important Habitat

Watershed Protection

Androscoggin Woods is a 58-acre parcel that protects 10,000 feet of frontage along the Androscoggin River. The property contains significant wildlife habitat between the upland portion, 12 acres of wetlands, and along the nearly two miles of river. Thousands of freshwater mussels and clams can be found along the banks of the Androscoggin, functioning as filter feeders known to both improve water quality and provide a benchmark of the present day water quality of the river. There are numerous ledges, rocks, and a small island off shore that make for wonderful fishing and swimming spots, and the property is located near a boat launch, making it accessible for paddlers.

The property is not yet open to the public while trails, parking, and signage are being planned and built.  Please check back in the future for more information when the property is open to the public.