The Arundel Conservation Trust (“ACT”) is committed to preserving the unique rural character of Arundel, keeping the woodlands and nature around us available for all of us - grown-ups, kids, and families - to freely enjoy, learn about, and preserve the natural world and way of life in our small town. Our goal is to build and maintain community space for people of all ages to enjoy!
Did you know?
ACT is an all-volunteer organization that has conserved 150 acres of wild spaces for you to enjoy in the town of Arundel, ME!
ACT Trail Connections
ACT's Arundel Community Trail connects to the Eastern Trail and our Welch Woods property connects to the Kennebunk River.
'Roll Um Easy' Bike Flow Trail
There is a family-friendly mountain bike flow trail behind the Arundel Municipal Building. This is accessible by a multi use path that connects to the Eastern Trail!
Cluff Land Plans
ACT’s current project is to create access to and walking trails in the beautiful Cluff Preserve. This trail will cross the beautiful Goff Mill Brook.
How to get involved:
Create lasting impact by becoming a monthly donor
to help conserve Arundel wild spaces and make them
accessible to you. Whether it's $10, $25, or $100 each
month, it's easy to set up.
Make a one-time donation in the amount of your choice. Every dollar counts! Donate here>
Join us as a volunteer:
Share your valuable knowledge and skills. Volunteer for Trail Fest, help with trail building, or join us on a committee. Learn more >
Register to run or walk at Trail Fest:
The 4th Annual ACT Trail Fest is a great event to get outside, hit the trails and meet locals! Live music, food and prizes. Stay tuned, dates and info to be announced soon!
Lead or participate in an educational event:
Share your expertise. Build your knowledge.