Little Yarmouth Island Preserve
The Little Yarmouth Island Preserve consists of the southern half of Little Yarmouth Island at the entrance to Quahog Bay. It is one of a network of conserved islands in eastern Casco Bay, which serve as important habitat for birds and other animals and maintain the dramatic scenic views generations have enjoyed. The 13-acre preserve is open to the public to explore its beautiful shoreline. There are no trails or amenities.
Access is by water only. The closest place to put in the water is the Bethel Point Landing in Harpswell.
- Carry in, carry out.
- No open fires.
- No camping.
- Dogs must be on leash during bird nesting season, April 15-July 31. All other times, dogs must be under owner control and not bother wildlife, neighbors or other users.
- Carry out all dog waste.
- Hunting is allowed. Wear blaze orange and take appropriate safety precautions during hunting season.
- Trapping is allowed with written permission from HHLT.
- Please respect wildlife, neighbors and other users.
- Power driven mobility devices are not allowed.
Click on the links below to learn more
- Little Yarmouth Island: Full of surprises by Nancy West