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Mount Agamenticus is known for its unique trail system and rich natural resources.
State, local and non-profit landowners are working together to balance protection of these lands for wildlife habitat and water quality
while providing opportunities for safe and sustainable recreation.
Hours of Operation:
Summit Access Road Gate
Learning Lodge - Open Weekends 11 am-3pm Memorial Day Weekend thru Columbus Day
Hunting and trapping are permitted on much of the land in the Mount Agamenticus region. While hunting accidents are very rare, please note the following to keep you and your pets safe: 2014 Hunting & Trapping Season For more information visit: Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
Wildlife Program and MOVIE! The cold has settled in, and while we're warmly tucked in our beds, wild animals are using their adaptations to survive the cold! Bring your sleeping bags and favorite stuffed animal friends to join Center For Wildlife educators and wild ambassadors in the Mount Agamenticus Learning Lodge for a "winter wildlife adaptations" program. Following the program, stick around for an almost "sleepover" to watch Ice Age with pizza and popcorn. (Pajamas are optional. The lodge is NOT heated, so please dress warm!)
This event is open to all ages and has a $7 suggested donation per person for the educational program; movie screening is free. Donations will directly support Center for Wildlife's work with local wildlife and the conservation and education efforts of the Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region.
Our fall storywalk, Forest Bright, Forest Night, written by Jennifer Ward and illustrated by Jamichael Henterly is now posted!
The story begins at the lowest parking lot on the ring trail, continues on the west side of Ring, and up the Witch Hazel trail to finish on the summit.
There's a full wolf moon tonight, a time when many wildlife are restless and on the move! Join CFW educators and nocturnal ambassadors inside the Learning Lodge to learn about the different critters running around at night. We'll learn about their adaptations, natural history, and then head out to explore the trails in the moonlight to see who is out and about! Hike is recommended for ages 10+; $7 suggested donation.
Celebrate being active outside in Maine by connecting friends and neighbors with the natural world, promoting fun, physical activity, and good health! Enjoy the outdoors at Mt. A and take advantage of several offered events and programs with Mount A, Center for Wildlife, and White Pine Programs.
Activities will include:
o Take Flight with Wildlife (Center for Wildlife)
o Guided Snowshoe/Hike
o Do You Want to Build A Snowman?
o Backtracking Bobcat (White Pines Program)
Stay tuned for more details! Please visit http://www.yorkparksandrec.org/programs or for more info on the state-wide celebration, visit greatmainetdoorweekend.org.