Trails are open 24/7 but please always respect neighbors whose houses are near the trail boundary.
Leashed pets are allowed at Libby Hill . In winter pets are not allowed on groomed ski trails. See our full pet policy.
Once trails are groomed for skiing in winter, only skiers may use the wide trails. Hikers, snowshoers, and walkers may use the Harold Libbey, Outback, and Lynx trails in winter. The snowmobile trails and Old Libby Hill road may also be used without skis.
Regional school ski events require extensive grooming for the event. We close the trails until 5pm on those days. See postings on the Home page for the events which occur on 7 dates between January and February.
Set your car GPS to ’50 Libby Hill Road, Gray, Maine’.
Yes, pets are allowed. See our Pet Policy for details.
All Trail are free to use however annual costs for maintenance and grooming exceed $5,000 so donations at the parking area or online help keep these trails pristine.
The trails are maintained and supported by the Friends of Libby Hill.
The trails span four land owners properties, including the Town of Gray, SAD 15, Gray Community Endowment, and the Mathew Morrill Trust.
Please see our winter rules for when you can use the wide ski trails.
Friends of Libby Hill is a volunteer group that seeks to steward and promote the trail system.
The Gray Community Endowment (GCE) is a 501C organization dedicated to promoting the future of Gray. This organization owns over 50% of the land used by Libby Hill Trails.
Trail users should make no structures or markings on any property at Libby Hill. Demonstration projects for shelters should be dismantled the same day they are created. Leaving these structures is the equivalent of natural graffiti and can present a fire danger in some seasons.
No camping is allowed.
No fires of any kind are allowed.
Access to the pond is difficult and we don’t encourage canoeing.
No. Please stay off properties near any adjacent houses. In the out woods properties, land owners have graciously not posted there properties so you may go off trail but please courteous in your activities.
Libby Hill has over 200 years of history since it was cleared. For history buffs, we’ve included a History of Libby Hill section.
Yes. Horses are allowed from June 1 to Nov 1 on these trails: Moose Odyssey, Deer Run, Old Libby Hill Road, and Snowmobile trails. Please clean up after your horse.
No. Alcohol is not allowed on any of the trails or surrounding property.
No, dogs are not allowed on ski trails when groomed.
No, hunting on Libby Hill is not allowed because it is within the Gray Game Sanctuary as defined in section I of this Title: http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/Statutes/12/title12sec12706.html and shown on this map: https://www1.maine.gov/IFW/wildlife/pdfs/Gray1.pdf. We still recommend that hunter orange is worn during hunting season.