Cape Elizabeth Land Trust (CELT)
On the eastern shore of Cape Elizabeth, forming the northern extent of Broad Cove. Get directions to Trundy Point here.
Access is available off Reef Road in the Shore Acres neighborhood. This can be a great bike ride destination.
Limited parking is allowed on Reef Road, but cars must not block the blind corner, as visibility is limited. Emergency vehicles must have space to pass. If parking is full, consider exploring another preserve or please park farther away from the point.
Trundy Point represents some of the best undeveloped rocky headland habitat that the Cape Elizabeth landscape is known for. The property provides expansive views of Casco Bay, including the opportunity to view five lighthouses from atop this rock outcrop. A prime spot for birding, the wave-battered rocks offer the chance to see uncommon and beautiful seabirds such as guillemots, razorbills, long-tailed ducks, and harlequin ducks. This property also features a sheltered pocket beach ideally situated for picnicking and swimming.
Please cherish and help care for this natural preserve. Limit trail use to daytime hours only. Carry out all waste and stay on marked trails.
- commercial use of property
- motorized vehicles
- fires and camping
- alcoholic beverages and illegal substances
*Notice for Dog Owners
Please keep dogs leashed at all times and remove all dog waste. Please keep dogs out of sensitive habitat areas. No commercial dog walking at any time. Reminder: Maine Law requires dog license and rabies tag on collar at all times.