Northeast Penjajawoc Preserve
Bangor Land Trust purchased this 80.5 acre property in 2006-2007 with support from the Land for Maine’s Future Program and North American Wetlands Conservation Act Funds. It contains 18.4 acres of wetlands, including the northeast tip of Penjajawoc Marsh (a state significant wetland), a highly productive vernal pool, and a tributary marsh to Penjajawoc Marsh. BLT did extensive trail remediation to protect the wetlands and make the trails more pleasant for people to use. These trails connect to the old Veazie railroad bed, which you can then follow northward to Walden-Parke Preserve or the Bangor City Forest. A trail guide for this preserve is available on our website and at the BLT office. Pets on leash are permitted.