Length: 0.4 miles round trip
This 10-acre preserve, donated by J. Huston Dodge, Sr. , includes over 500 feet of frontage along the Damariscotta River and features a unique geologic formation called a tombolo. The shoreline here is a spawning site for horseshoe crabs.
Managing organization: Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust
The trail descends gently through a field, and then winds down to the shore past a large glacial erratic. A beautiful spot to watch the sun set.
Directions to Trailhead:
The parking area for Huston Landing is located on the Bristol Road (Rt. 129) in Damariscotta, 1.6 miles from Business Route 1, on the right as you head south. A small pull off allows parking for 1-2 vehicles.