This spectacular property, conserved in partnership with Maine Coast Heritage Trust, covers most of Woodward Point in the upper reaches of Casco Bay and is one of the few remaining undeveloped waterfront parcels of this size in Southern Maine. The property covers more than 80 acres, has over two miles of shoreline along two peninsulas on the New Meadows River in Brunswick, and features extensive open rolling meadows, pine and hardwood forests, a freshwater pond, and several water access points.
The diverse landscape offers excellent potential for outdoor recreation for all ages and interests, ranging from dog walking and cross country skiing to birdwatching and ice skating. Kayakers often stop to rest along the ledge on the southeast peninsula. Conservation of the property will also protect its significant ecological value as shorebird feeding and roosting habitat, as well as the highly productive adjacent clam flats.