St. George Neighborhood Access Paths

General Rules for using Neighborhood Access Paths

Neighborhood Access Paths is a collaborative project of the Friends of St. George and land owners in St. George, Maine. These generous owners offer paths that provide scenic vistas and hiking opportunities to neighbors and friends within walking distance. Each path is different and each owner will have different requests regarding use. General rules for use are below. Specific rules for each path are included in that particular path's description.

To find out more about the NAP project and how you can participate contact Friends of St. George, PO Box 472, Tenants Harbor, Maine 04860.

You can identify the Neighbor Access Path (NAP) by the sign at the head of the path. A dragon symbol and the words Neighborhood Access Path will mark the start of a trail or scenic spot. If the dragon marker is not at the head of the NAP, it means that the owner has temporarily, or permanently, withdrawn public access. There is no parking for cars unless the specific description by the owner indicates parking.

Many of the paths are close to houses, and all of the paths are on private property. Access granted by owners is voluntary. Common sense and some general rules will help to keep the owners, who are your neighbors, happy.

Please read these rules, check the box and then click on the Continue button to see the paths.

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