Size: 32 acres.
Trails: One trail; approximately 0.5 miles
Features: Short and easy walk to seaside beach, scenic overlook and high biodiversity in a small area
Two distinctly different waterfront properties. On the east, hikers can walk or wade on Polly's Cove gravel and cobble beach; on the west, you can see a bit of VH history at the Bathing Pool, a former place of resort for picnickers and rusticators.
From ferry – go left on Sands Rd. for 0.4 miles, then right on Old Harbor Rd. for 0.3 miles, then bearing slightly left onto North Haven Rd. for 2.5 miles, at which point you reach the junction of North Haven Rd. and Calderwood's Neck Rd., bear right onto Calderwood's Neck Rd. After crossing the Carrying Place Bridge, drive about 1 mile, watch for Zeke's Point Rd. on your left. The Campbell Preserve is another.08 miles out this dirt road; parking is on the right.
Red squirrel eating a mushroom
Vinalhaven Land Trust promotes the conservation and appreciation of our island's significant plant and wildlife habitat, our water resources, and scenic or traditionally valued spaces in order to preserve the character of the community for generations to come.
Click on the Donate Now button to pay your new or renewal membership ($20 for individuals, $40 per couple), or to make an additional donation.
Click here for membership forms.
When the flag is up, visitors are welcome in the office to peruse the many maps of island ecology and visit the Al and Hilary Creighton Resource Room. Located at Skoog Park, .2 miles from the ferry terminal.
12 Skoog Park Rd, Vinalhaven, Maine 04863, United States
09:00 am – 02:00 pm