Two separate trailheads, one at 74 Dougherty Road, and the other at 161 North Pownal Road, both in New Gloucester. The Preserve is located on a stretch of New Gloucester’s eastern boundary with Pownal, the Pisgah Hill Preserve and its ridge line provide old quarries, distinct and varied ledges, mixed forests, and beautiful ground cover of lichen and mosses. The preserve provides habitat for raptors, songbirds, upland game birds, waterfowl, deer, coyotes, snowshoe hare, fox, weasels, beavers, porcupine, other small mammals, reptiles and amphibians. The ridgeline offers winter-time local views, including sunsets and moonrises. The northern-most section of the preserve near the powerline includes a large wetland complex with several beaver ponds, significant vernal pools, and rich habitat. Most visitors explore this preserve on the trails that begin at the trailhead off of Dougherty Road.