Kennebec Pines

Skowhegan
44.0 acres

This majestic White Pine forest type is also located adjacent to Route 2 and is highly valued for its scenic attributes, wildlife habitat, and historical features. An active Bald Eagle nest site can be found on this property as well as archaeological resources dating back at least 3,000 years. This property likely gives us a sense of the landscape that the Benedict Arnold Expedition saw in 1775 as it passed through on the way to Quebec.