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York is home to a number of walking trails along the coast of Maine. Below are three popular walkways that offer picturesque views of the harbor.

  • Fisherman’s Walk

    This scenic trail starts across the street from the Wiggly Bridge and leads to York’s Harbor Beach. This walk along the water offers unique views of New England coastal homes, boats, landscaping, and more.

  • Wiggly Bridge

    This unique structure is credited as being the world’s smallest suspended bridge. Built in the 1930s, it stands between the York River and Barrell Mill Pond and connects to Steedman Woods, a nature reserve with walking trails.

  • Cliff Walk

    This scenic half-mile walk follows the rocky coastline from York Harbor Beach overlooking the water to Eastern Point Road. Note to pet owners: No dogs are allowed at any time on the Cliff Walk.