The combination of the Oyster River Bog and Thomaston Town Forest sections of the Georges Highland Path provide a continuous 11-mile hiking experience that connects Route 1 in Thomaston to Route 90 in Rockport.
Directions to the North and South Trailheads
Parking at the northern end of the trail (Jack Baker Woods lot) is on Beechwood Street in Thomaston. From the Route 1 stoplight in the center of Thomaston, head north on Beechwood Street for two miles. The Jack Baker Woods parking lot is on the left at the Georges Highland Path trailhead sign (see map).
There are two parking areas available at the southern end of the trail. One is at the Thomaston Pollution Control Plant at the end of Booker Street, off Route 1 (see map). The second is at the water tower, along a dirt road off Route 1 across from the Strong Insurance Agency (see map).
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