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As of 9.13.2021 Snow Pond Center for the Arts is requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test at all indoor events. Masks recommended.  Details here.

63353567676 8EC7D9C3 B4ED 4BA5 8E0D 95B5691FB4BEThe Snow Pond Community Trails provide residents and visitors with over 2.5 miles of groomed trails that take you around a beautifully wooded wetland habitat. Located between Waterville and Augusta off the Pond Road (Route 23), straight across from the Snow Pond Center for the Arts entrance. The trails offer individuals of all ages and abilities access to cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, walking, and running.  

Trail Map

Snow Pond’s Maine Recreational Guide offers scheduled educational opportunities through planned discovery walks along the trails that surround the designated wading bird habitat. Participants learn about flora and fauna, wild mushrooms, and general wildlife including beaver, muskrats, fox, deer, wild turkeys, and more.

When you come to campus for a dinner and summer concert, a week-long camp, or a community event, these recreational opportunities in this natural landscape will enhance your overall experience!

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Dogs are welcomed on the Snow Pond Community Trails.

Current Trail Conditions

The Snow Pond Community Trails system is open year-round.  Trails are groomed in the winter and offer excellent snowshoeing and fat biking.  Information is available at the trailhead kiosk and inside the Snow Pond Visitors Center, which is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, except for holidays. 

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