Trails available & stats: 

Double track multiple use pathways and woods roads: 8.05 mi 

  • Community Access Trail 5.8 mi
  • Rabbit Road 1.61 mi
  • Pine Ridge Road 0.64 mi


  • Bikers have the right-of-way on single-track bike trails 
  • Dogs allowed on leash or under voice command on all trails 
  • Authorized vehicles may be present at any time on all double-track roads and pathways 
  • Motorized vehicles are prohibited on all trails except for the snowmobile trail route in the winter months 
  • Snowmobiles have the right-of-way on the snowmobile trail in winter months 
  • Active forestry may be occurring at any time 
  • Overnight camping is prohibited 
  • Carry out all litter, including pet waste. 

Maine Trail Finder Link: Kendall Brook Forest

The Kendall Brook Forest is a parcel of the Chadbourne Forestlands forest network owned by a subsidiary of The Conservation Fund (TCF). The parcel was originally purchased as one working forest under the Chadbourne Tree Farm network. In 2020, the property was sold along with 15,000 acres of Chadbourne Tree Farm land to TCF, with Inland Woods + Trails acting as recreation manager. The forest currently boasts a network of nearly 10 miles of high-quality wood roads that are used for multiple use in all seasons. 

The connection: The Kendall Brook Forest is a crucial piece towards the connection between Sunday River Resort and Mount Abram ski area. 5.8 miles of the Community Access Trail utilizes roads in the Kendall Brook Forest. 

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