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Nice short walk with historic site at the beginning of the trail. It starts across the street from the Wiggly Bridge, another most see when exploring the area. There is Nice views of the houses, boats, water, landscaping. Good place for photo taking especially when...More
Perfect walk on a beautiful morning! Very enjoyable and peaceful. If going, be sure to cross over the wiggly bridge and explore the island. You will be in for a treat. We can't wait to go back! Would love to take the walk late in...More
This is a very easy and scenic walk along the waterfront. It is a walk, not a hike, so anyone can enjoy it. Great views. If you are up to it, you can continue on from this walk to Harbor Beach and then right onto...More
walked this path seeing all of the boats, activity and scenery while smelling the ocean without the crowds. Stopped and enjoyed a picnic lunch on our way ended at the harbor beach was a nice walk on a beautiful day to be outdoors.
On way back TO hotel stopped at Fisherman's for lunch . Had traditional chowder and lobster rolls and a hadick sandwich.
Soup was ok nothing spectacular and lobster rolls were fresh and tasty . Service was fine if not a bit stogy. Maybe it was...More
I work in York and live(d) in maine for the past 21 years. My wife lived in York for many years before we got married. She's gotten me into walking as part of some misguided effort to keep me healthy and alive long enough to...More
What could be nicer than walking along the lovely York River in shirtsleeves in February. The walk takes you by piers, wharfs and boats moored in the river. It is primarily a gravel pathway which make walking quite easy. We walked as far as the...More
well maintained this walkway takes you up the York River from Harbor Beach. Stroll along this dog friendly (on leash) trail that crosses over to a causeway and the famous "Wiggley Bridge" and Steadman woods a conservation trust. Parking is available without permit off season...More
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If you turn onto Route 103, off York Street by the bridge there is usually some parking. To the right is the famous wiggly bridge. To the left is a path that leads to the Fishermens walk. If you find york harbor you can't... More
If you turn onto Route 103, off York Street by the bridge there is usually some parking. To the right is the famous wiggly bridge. To the left is a path that leads to the Fishermens walk. If you find york harbor you can't miss it. If you continue across the small circular parking lot by the stage neck inn and the tennis courts you can find the cliff walk.