Mast Landing Sanctuary is 1 mi. e. on Bow St., then n. on Upper Mast Landing Rd. to entrance. Situated at the tideway on the Harraseeket River, the site once served as a delivery point for Maine timbers. The sanctuary now encompasses 140 acres of open fields, apple orchards, alder lowlands and mature pine and hemlock forest. Porcupines, minks, deer and the ruins of a historic mill can be seen along more than 3 miles of marked trails.
Picnicking is permitted.