ALBERT J. SOUSA           CAMBRIDGE WOODLANDS             CARLSON WOODS            CONNOR MILL TRAIL         FOWLER BOG        FREEDOM FOREST              GREAT FARM BROOK             GREAT MOOSE WETLAND         KANOKOLUS BOG                MOULTON’S MILL        PLEASANT LAKE 

                 RICHARDSON MEMORIAL PRESERVE              RINES WETLANDS & WILDLIFE PRESERVE              WESLEY ROAD WETLAND

Cambridge Woodlands Preserve

Cambridge Woodlands Preserve is located on Leavitt Road in Cambridge.  It offers opportunity for quiet exploration, wildlife watching, and hunting by permission in season.  White-tailed deer are abundant, and the forest also provides shelter for other mammals and a characteristic bird community of central Maine's forests.  An old woods road bisects the property’s meadow, then travels through mixed woods and hemlock stands where it loops alongside a small stream.  Eagle Scout Josh Emery and his Boy Scout Troop initiated a trail system in 2015 which was expanded by volunteer Steward Frank Hayman with help from our Stewardship committee during the last several years. Future plans include a picnic area in the meadow near the entrance.

The 90-acre Cambridge Woodlands Preserve was a 2013 gift from Jack Daggitt.

Directions from downtown Pittsfield to Leavitt Rd. in Cambridge:

Travel north on Hartland Ave (Route 152) for approximately 17 miles through Hartland and St Albans.  Turn left at the T when you arrive at Route 23/Route 154 and then take the first right to remain on Route 152.  In approximately 2.5 miles, proceed straight on Goose Flat Rd when Route 152 bears left.  Drive approximately another two miles north and then turn left on Leavitt Rd.  Travel a half mile to the preserve entrance on the left.  Parking in winter is on the shoulder.