DRA manages trails, natural areas and islands open to all.
Outdoor traditions are strong in our region. Maintaining and enhancing community connection to the Damariscotta River and the lands that surround it is vital to our heritage and quality of life. With dozens of natural areas, more than 33 miles of trails, and several islands in our care and open to the public, we work hard to create new opportunities for families and individuals to get out on the land and water while respecting the precious and sometimes fragile natural resources we all enjoy and benefit from. Our volunteer Trail Tamers help maintain our properties and partner preserves through monthly and more frequent work parties.