Here are a few of our favorite spots that will get your out and about to enjoy the cool air and fall colors in Kennebunkport, Kennebunk and Arundel.
Hope Cemetery and Woods offers a few wooded miles of trails in downtown Kennebunk, with a new universally accessible trail for those in wheelchairs.
The trail to historic Picnic Rock at Butler Preserve is a short hike that ends at a large boulder overlooking the Kennebunk River.
Welch Woods is an easy half-mile loop through the woods that ends with benches at the shore of the Kennebunk River.
Start at the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust headquarters and walk the new labyrinth along he Batson River Trail!
Ocean Avenue boasts a scenic stretch for bikers. Be sure to ride with traffic along this scenic stretch.
The Eastern Trail running from South Portland to Kittery offers a wide, flat and hard-packed surface for walkers, bikers and strollers.
Walk out to nearby Vaughn Island, accessible by foot an hour or two before and after low tide.
The Blueberry Plains in Kennebunk offer flat, open walking and biking trails.
The Bridle Path in Kennebunk is a flat path along the Mousam River with scenic views.