Michael Michaud Walking and Biking Trail

Michael Michaud Trail Millinocket (Photograph: Thierry Bonneville)

Michael Michaud Walking & Biking Trail

The Michael Michaud Walking and Biking Trail is a 1.65-mile loop on both sides of Millinocket Stream.

Beginning at the trail map along Congress Street in Crandall Park, head north back toward Central Street to enjoy views of the stream. The trail turns right along Summer Street and then left to follow along State Street. Cross Central Street, turn right for one block, and then left onto Water Street. At Spring Street turn left and then right back onto State Street. At the bridge across Millinocket Stream, pause and take in the view.

Complete information on TRAIL LINK


What visitors say

“We had a wonderful day on a well thought out and well marked trail. Half was alongside a nice river and a natural setting and the other half was thru the edges of town.”

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Directions Here | Download Map (PDF)


Address: A large trail sign with a trail map is located on the left side of Congress Street.
Geolocation: 45.65169434221781, -68.70607104152441
Phone: N/A


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Thank you for visiting the Katahdin Woods and Water Scenic Byway!


The new Katahdin Woods & Waters Recreation Area includes 100,000 acres along both sides of the East Branch of the Penobscot River, east of Baxter State Park. It is a special part of Maine with world-class fishing, mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, hunting and a new cross country ski trail. The Katahdin Woods & Waters Scenic Byway is 89 miles long and offers breathtaking views of Katahdin and the Appalachian chain, and provides a mix of pastoral farms, meadows, recreational trails, and working forests filled with wildlife and significant natural areas.

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