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Since 1985 the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust has preserved over 660 acres of land on 29 separate parcels.  These lands, some donated and some purchased, represent the varied ecology of our seaside town including 80 acres of mature forest within Robinson Woods, and miles of trails along marshlands, ponds and streams.  The majority of these properties are managed for casual, non-motorized use by the general public and stewarded by CELT staff and volunteers.  Several of these parcels are still privately owned, though CELT has negotiated binding conservation agreements (easements) to ensure these properties remain accessible and essentially undeveloped.  Our Landowner Options link provides more detailed information about the types of conservation projects we do.  For a comprehensive list of ALL public access trails in Cape Elizabeth, please reference our Cape Elizabeth Town and Trail map available for sale at our office, the IGA, and at Community Services.

Download a large, printable version of our attractive and informative CELT lands map in the Adobe PDF format by clicking on the small map below...

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