Upper West Bay Pond

In Gouldsboro

These 576 acres are located partially in Gouldsboro and partially in T7SD in Maine’s Unorganized Territory.  It is a slow-moving marshy pond with surrounding wild uplands. The wildlife habitat of this preserve connects with working forests and conserved lands that form a relatively unfragmented wildlife corridor running from Acadia National Park at Schoodic Point on the south; to Tunk Lake and Tunk Mountain on the east and Schoodic Bog and Schoodic Mountain on the west.

Top photo credit Bob DeForrest