November 4, 2023

Trout Brook Trail

Trout Brook Trail

Since 2023

In Maine, US


This chronolog combines 45 photos from 19 contributors. Learn more

About this site

Trout Brook Nature area provides access to Trout Brook and and the Trout Brook Trail , a wooded trail in the middle of a residential area (view trail map ).

Photos taken at this observation site help us capture and monitor changes in the level and path of Trout Brook as it meanders through to Casco Bay. Stormwater and natural flows from ponds and small streams across South Portland and Cape Elizabeth frequently turn this gentle brook into a raging river.  New species of trees and plants continue to crop up in the preserve as we slowly remove invasive species and create more opportunity for biodiverse growth to take hold.

SPLT (in collaboration with Portland Trails, Custom Float Services and Keeley Crane), transformed an unmaintained gravel pit into a natural area with stream-side, deep wood and meadow trails, new signage, two new bog bridges and a new 45 foot bridge over Trout Brook. SPLT volunteers pitched in to do the work and our volunteer stewards keep the trails well groomed. 

SPLT thrives because people like you contribute in many ways!! 

Want to get involved? Find an opportunity for you that fits your lifestyle and values .

About South Portland Land Trust


The South Portland Land Trust  is committed to linking neighborhoods and improving quality of life in South Portland by expanding and maintaining  trail networks and by conserving open spaces that are significant historically, educationally, recreationally, or ecologically. 


The South Portland Land Trust is part of the Southern Maine Conservation Collaborative's Climate Change Observatory Network,  a photo monitoring program designed to work with environmental organizations and communities to assist with the observation, measurement and documentation of long-term climate change trends and climate adaptation projects.  


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