Maine MidCoast Region Biking Guide
Midcoast Maine Bike Trails – Bicycling Route Information
The long Maine seacoast. The picturesque mountains and lakes. All of this and more makes the Midcoast region of Maine a glorious place for a bike ride. Whether you choose to take it slow and soak in the scenery or peddle hard and push yourself to the limit the ideal trail is waiting for you to discover it. Ask us about Maine Bike Vacations or share comments. To feature your midcoast Maine business, contact us.
Midcoast Maine Biking Vacations
East Coast Greenway-Coastal
Brunswick to Ellsworth, ME
distance: 187 miles
Description: The coastal route offers gorgeous views of Maine’s rocky coast, historical sites and a glimpse of coastal living.
Bath or Woolwich, ME
distance: 40 or 60 miles
Description: The scenery and history encountered are magnificent on this tour. It features the graceful old homes of Bath and Wiscasset and views of Merrymeeting Bay.
Rockland – Port Clyde
distance: 19, 32, or 51 miles
Description: This tour includes the bustling town of Rockland to the tiny, picturesque village of Port Clyde. It passes several museums, state parks, lighthouses and many other sites of great interest along the way.
Waldo County Ridge
distance: 22 or 63 miles
Description: This tour originates from the coast and meanders through rural Waldo County with its lighter traffic, quiet country roads and plenty of scenery (rewarding the several challenging climbs).
Androscoggin River Bicycle Path
distance: 3 miles
This 14′ wide trail is the premier shared-use path in the State. It features access and views of the Androscoggin River, segregated bike & pedestrian lanes, toilets, and parking at each end.
Former Fuel Depot
surface: hard packed
distance: 2 miles
Description: The roads of this former US Navy facility provide 1.5 miles of shared-use path and about ½ mile of woods trail. The 116-acre property has woods and open fields that offer sweeping vistas across the bay with views of Mt. Washington (on clear days). Portable toilet facilities & limited parking.
Camden Hills State Park
distance: 5 miles
Description: Most of the trail is a challenging, rock strewn, double track. There is a single track bypass trail that is a treat.
Camden Snow Bowl
distance: 4 miles
Description: Lots of great riding choices from ski trails to wooded single track.
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Maine Biking & Bike Trails
Aroostook ME Biking
Fort Kent, Houlton, Presque Isle
Downeast & Acadia ME Biking
Bar Harbor, Blue Hill, Deer Isle, Eastport, Lubec, Cherryfield, Machias
Katahdin & Moosehead ME Biking
Bangor, Brewer, Greenville, Lincoln, Millinocket, Orono
Kennebec & Moose River ME
Biking Augusta, Skowhegan, Waterville, The Forks
Lakes & Mountains ME Biking
Auburn, Lewiston, Norway, Bethel, Farmington, Naples
Midcoast ME Biking
Bath, Boothbay Harbor, Camden, Rockland, Brunswick, Belfast, Searsport
Greater Portland ME Biking
Portland, Freeport, Yarmouth, Westbrook, Cape Elizabeth
South Coastal Maine Biking
Biddeford, Kennebunk, Kittery, Ogunquit, Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Wells, York