Wonderland Trail is a family-friendly coastal trail, popular for birding spot and good tidepooling at low tide. When exploring this area, never turn your back on the water, explore as tide is going out, and be gentle with any creatures in the tidepools. Located between Seawall Campground and the Ship Harbor Trail on Maine Route 102A, Wonderland Trail is an old gravel fire road which leads to the ocean.
- Distance: 1.4 miles round trip
- Terrain: gravel fire road, rocky sections, coastline
- Start from the parking area and follow the trail along a old gravel fire road.
- The road is mostly flat with minimal roots and rocks, leading through a spruce forest before opening up to Jack Pine.
- The coastline access starts close to the end and opens up to a rocky shoreline. Use caution on the rocks, especially when wet. Views of the Duck Islands to the southeast and Great Cranberry Island to the northeast can be seen from the shore.
- After seeing the coastline or tidepooling during low tide, return back the same way to reach the parking area.