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Well-maintained summit

Yes, it's got lovely views, though I'm not sure if I would say spectacular views. Very popular with... read more

Reviewed yesterday
sam t
Medford, Massachusetts
Great place to be - great views!

Have been coming to this area for years and never paid attention to signs indicating this mountain... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Stamford, Connecticut
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Excellent trails for mountain biking and hiking.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
21 Mount Agamenticus Road, York, ME 03907-3622
+1 207-361-1102
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Reviewed yesterday

Yes, it's got lovely views, though I'm not sure if I would say spectacular views. Very popular with families with young children.Free parking is a nice bonus.

Thank sam t
Reviewed 2 days ago

Have been coming to this area for years and never paid attention to signs indicating this mountain. Finally one morning decided to take the short drive up to the mountain and couldn't believe how great this place was. Spectacular views from all points. There are...More

Thank h0ylandm
Reviewed 1 week ago

One of my favorite stops in York. The highest spot for miles and it seems you can see forever from the summit. The winding road to the summit is a bit of a hoot as well.

1  Thank Terry0326
Reviewed 1 week ago

So this is one of the highest points in southeast Maine, which doesn't necessarily mean much. It's only about 800 feet high, but it's an enjoyable enough way to spend an hour or two. We didn't hike up, but drove the road to the top....More

1  Thank dougmendoza
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was embarrassed to not have discovered this incredible place after having been a camper a little further north for decades. We hiked up last summer in July. The trails were a nice hike (meaning I worked up a sweat), and the views at the...More

Thank Deanna C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My wife and I stopped here today. I never knew how far you could see in southern Maine on a clear day. Access was free and the grounds were well maintained.

Thank Lealance
Reviewed 6 June 2018

We've been going to Maine for years, but this is the first time we checked out Mt. A. We parked in the lot and walked up the auto road, which a bit steep and strenuous, but not too far. It was an overcast day and...More

Thank btr-L8-thn-nvr
Reviewed 9 May 2018

perfect getaway for a picnic, a blanket in the sun, a dog walk, or for the more adventurous HIKING! Park at the base and trek it up or since theres plenty of land to hike on, drive to the top, freee parking! Dont forget your...More

1  Thank thefitchboi
Reviewed 6 May 2018

Arrived at about 12:30, parked at the lot on Mountain Road just before the turnoff for Mount Agamenticus Road (the road that cars can take up to the top), and hiked to the top of the first hill (the one you can drive up to...More

1  Thank HAdams634
Reviewed 22 April 2018

We drove up but you can hike. The view was great. The first time we saw the sunset. This visit was over cast. But still beautiful

Thank dbeaupre49
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5 August 2017|
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Response from tom m | Reviewed this property |
No swimming spots on mountain. Many lakes, rivers and ocean near by. Most motels have pools.. Enjoy the mountain; then enjoy a swim.
Laurie G
22 January 2017|
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Response from Cheryl K | Reviewed this property |
Yes, on a leash.
25 June 2016|
Response from UpstateNYer_10 | Reviewed this property |
Mt. Agamenticus is only 500 feet tall, so it isn't the largest mountain in the area. Mt. A is southwest of Kennebunkport and southwest of Ogunquit.