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Welcome to The Cabins at Currier Landing! You are now nestled along the wildflowered banks of the beautiful Benjamin River Harbor, where our cabins offer a perfect retreat for mind and body.

The Cabins at Currier Landing, featured in Dwell magazine as “Three Magical Tiny Cabins Take Root in a Maine Forest,” are located on the Thos. Currier Saltwater Farm. Our shore is tucked into the Benjamin River Harbor just around the bend from the Eggemoggin Reach which opens at either end to the ocean, and provides excellent sailing opportunities.

Glimpses of water & access to 300’ of the Benjamin River Harbor shore. 2 seasonal cabins; 1 studio cabin.

Centrally located on the Blue Hill Peninsula near Deer Isle, the cabins offer access to outdoor activities, cultural events, restaurants & shops.


Photo by Trevor Pennington
Most of the trails we highlight can be found on the Maine Coast Heritage Trust and the Blue Hill Heritage Trust sites.

Acadia National Park

57 Min. Drive •

Accessible via Mount Desert Island, Schoodic Peninsula, or nearby Isle au Haut via ferry from Stonington.
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About 35 Min. Drive
Witherle Woods Preserve
Located in Castine, Witherle Woods has a rich military history, offers pleasant views of Penobscot Bay, and features groomed cross-country skiing trails in the winter.
Bagaduce River Region
This scenic tidal river and its surrounding landscape, known for its diverse wildlife habitat, is home to many conserved lands, including nine MCHT Preserves.
Rene Henderson PreserveLocated in Castine, this quiet 100-acre preserve invites exploration of its mixed forest uplands and diverse wetlands.


Mailboat to Isle au Haut
Note: No car transportation on the island
This 78-acre Merchant Row island preserve features stunning coastal scenery for daytime and overnight visitors alike.

Sand Beach
“About 1.5 miles west of Stonington, a short path leads to a lovely cove overlooking a serene coastline. True to its name, this beach is sandy: a rarity on Maine's rocky coastline. Short forested paths lead from the shoreline past large boulders to pretty viewpoints.” - Lonely Planet


About 15 Min. Drive

Big Babson Island
This scenic island preserve in Brooklin can be visited on its own or as part of a longer itinerary that includes stops at other nearby conserved lands.

Harriman PointHarriman Point’s beaches boast spectacular views across Blue Hill Bay to Mount Desert Island. Welcome to Blue Hill Peninsula’s largest continuous stretch of coastline open to the public.
Hog IslandOnce owned by famed author E.B. White, Hog Island’s beaches and granite ledges invite exploration on the eastern edge of Eggemoggin Reach.

Deer Isle

About 23 Min. Drive

Barred Island Preserve
A serene coastal sanctuary featuring a lush spruce forests covered in moss, rocky shores, and a trail that leads to a secluded island accessible at low tide.

Please keep track of the tides! You can get stuck out there.

Edgar M. Tennis Preserve
Weave along beautiful pathways to the Davis or Pickering Farm foundations, or tread along the shoreline to look for eagles and osprey above, or seals resting on Toothacher Ledge.


Caterpillar Hill
The 134-acre Cooper Farm property lies on the sloping fields of Caterpillar Hill in Sedgwick. Trails in the upper half of the property bring you through blueberry fields, while in the lower half trails run through a mixed mossy forest.
Snow’s Cove PreserveHome to 2 different trails, totaling 1.75 miles, Snow’s Cove in Sedgewick boasts varying topography and lovely views of the Bagaduce River.  The Fern Rock Loop brings you through wonderful mixed forests.


Lookout Rock
This 17-acre preserve showcases a 244-foot highpoint with panoramic views of Eggemoggin Reach, Penobscot Bay, and beyond.
Pilot Point
Jutting out from the eastern shore of Bucks Harbor in Brooksville, this 9-acre preserve welcomes boaters and paddlers looking to explore an inviting gravel beach.

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