Trails and Maps

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Ingalls Pond:

Ingalls Pond is located almost entirely in Baldwin, Maine, and is bisected by the Pequawket Trail highway. The parking area is at latitude, longitude: 43.857861, -70.790080.

From the south drive to West Baldwin on Pequawket Trail (State routes 5/113/117 though West Baldwin.). The West Baldwin Post Office is at 932 Pequawket Trail. From that Post Office continue driving 2 miles north. As the highway descends to Ingalls Pond the southern-most part of the pond will be on your left, and the small parking area is just a short distance ahead on the left. Beyond the parking area you will also see a sign on the right for the P Y Estes Contractor Quarry.

From the north, drive through Hiram on Pequawket Trail. From the Saco River bridge in Hiram, where State route 117 (Main Street) joins with State routes 5/113, continue south. At about one mile from the bridge, you will cross the town line into West Baldwin and you will see parts of Ingalls Pond on both sides of the road. Continue for about a half mile; just after seeing the P Y Estes quarry sign on your left, you will see the small parking area on your right.

Download the trail map (PDF): Ingalls Pond Trail Map

Sawyer Mountain Highlands:

The trail-head is located at a sharp turn in Route 117, 2.5 miles south of the junction of Routes 25 and 117, or 2.4 miles north of the junction of Routes 11 and 117.  

The mountain is also accessible from the Limerick side, starting at the Sawyer Mountain Road, 1.1 miles north of Emery’s Corner.

Download the trail map (PDF):  Sawyer Mountain Trail Map

Jagolinzer Preserve:

The Jagolinzer Preserve is located in Limington, Maine on Route 25. A sign one-half mile west of the junction of Route 25 and 117 marks the start of the right-of-way to the nature area. The sign is located at the junction of Route 25 and Olive’s Way.

To enter the preserve, walk 250 feet down the right-of-way on Olive’s Way, and then at the second sign angle to the left and walk an additional 500 feet. The loop takes approximately 45 minutes and passes Pease Brook, and old dam, Saco River and returns through the woods.