The Kennebec River Rail Trail runs adjacent to the railroad bed along the Kennebeck River. It is six and a half miles long and it is open for walking, running, bicycling, skateboarding, rollerblading, and dog walking. The terminal points of the trail are Waterfront Park in Augusta and the city of Gardiner. The trail passes through the towns of Hallowell and Farmingdale. Portable restrooms are under Memorial bridge and at the Capital connector in Augusta; in the municipal parking lot in Hallowell. Trail Map. Access: Access points to the rail are at Greenville Street in Hallowell; at Kennebec Bike & Ski, 357 Maine Avenue in Farmingdale; Pine Hill Drive in Farmingdale; Bowman Street in Farmingdale; and Sheldon Street in Farmingdale.
Parking: Parking is at the MSHA parking lot on Water Street in Augusta; the trailhead under the Memorial Bridge in Augusta; Capitol Park in Augusta; the municipal lot on Front Street in Hallowell, and the Hannaford at 100 Maine Avenue in Gardiner.
Hours: The trail is open every day, dawn to dusk.