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Welcome to The Eastern Trail in Southern Maine
Southern Maine's Multi-Use Greenway


 

The Eastern Trail is both a trail and a vision. The Eastern Trail has 22 off-road miles from Bug Light (in South Portland) to Kennebunk, as well as a scenic on-road route that mostly follows quiet country roads. Experienced bike riders and hikers can enjoy a beautiful journey from South Portland's Bug Light Park on Casco Bay (near Portland) to Kittery's Piscataqua River.

The vision to create the Eastern Trail started in the early 1990's, led by John Andrews and several others. More on that early history here.

Today, to complete this vision, we are aggressively developing plans and funds to both close a critical 1.6-mile gap between South Portland and Scarborough and then add 19 miles between Kennebunk and South Berwick.

Your support will help us get there.

Be an active part of our effort to build, enjoy, and sustain this wonderful resource.

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Latest News

Eastern Trail Selected As 2019 Beneficiary of Maine Marathon Races

Each year, the Gorham Savings Bank Maine Marathon/Half Marathon/Relay organizers select local charities to be the beneficiary of the race proceeds.

This year, the Eastern Trail Alliance has been chosen as one of the five selected local charities.  Several local newspapers have picked this story up (more information below).

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Eastern Trail Alliance News

2019 ETA Annual Meeting is May 8

ETA Annual Meeting
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Vinegar Hill Music Theatre
53 Old Post Road, Arundel, Maine

 

“Closing the Gap and Blazing South”

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2nd Annual "Taste of the Town" Gala to benefit the Eastern Trail Alliance - April 6 at Camp Ketcha

Join us for a unique and delicious event to benefit the Eastern Trail Alliance and our various trail development campaigns!  Sample signature dishes from local establishments, bid on exciting items in our silent auction, then dance the night away to music by the Time Pilots! A cash bar will be serving local beer and wine.
Saturday, April 6, 7:00pm - 10:30pm at Camp Ketcha in Scarborough.

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Arundel Conservation Trust linking to Eastern Trail (2 news articles)

January 16, 2019 - FROM JOURNAL TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTS

ARUNDEL - The Arundel Conservation Trust and the Eastern Trail Management District have signed an agreement that will connect the Eastern Trail to the planned trails on Arundel Conservation Trust’s Limerick Road property.

The connection is possible through the generous donation by Phil Labbe of an easement through his land that lies between the Eastern Trail and the Arundel Conservation Trust land.

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