Walter A. and Alice B. Reynolds Forest Hike, Sidney*

  • 2789 ME-104 Sidney, ME, 04330 United States

In the 1760s, John Marsh was one of the first Kennebec River settlers to come from Massachusetts to what is now Sidney, Maine. He harnessed waterpower from March Brook for saw and grist mills, the foundations of which are still visible from the trails of Reynolds Forest. This property also features excellent birding, a beautiful floodplain, and views of today’s Goff Brook, with foaming waters roaring over exposed rocks into stone-lined pools. This hike will pass near several waterfalls. Feel free to pack a snack and picnic on the rocks. All ages are welcome.