Welcome to UMA's Nature Trails

 

The University of Maine at Augusta offers well-maintained peaceful and panoramic nature trails with different difficulty zones. In the warmer months, our wooded paths are a great option for leisure walking, running, and mountain biking. Those that embrace the colder months can enjoy cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The Outdoor Fitness Center trails and adjacent tennis courts are free to the community year-round.

For a map of the trail, please check out our Nature Trails Map.

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About Our Trails

Trail Activity: Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Mountain Biking, Walking, Hiking
Length: 3.0 miles, Network
Difficulty: Easy, Moderate, Advanced
Town: Augusta, ME
Surface: Dirt/Forest Floor, Grass
Pets: Permitted
Fees: None

Deer Trailhead (Beginner)

The Augusta Civic Center is located on Community Drive. On the far side of the civic center is a parking lot beside the UMA Fitness field, and tennis courts. There will be a sign that reads, “UMA Nature Trails”.The trailhead is on the far end of the field. An opening to the forest will be clear to see and there is an official trailhead sign and map.

Moose Trailhead (Intermediate)

The Maine Municipal Association (MMA) is on the southern end of Community Drive. From the Civic Center, drive 200ft south on Community Drive. The trailhead and parking are behind the MMA building.