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Trail Activity Paddling
Location Bremen, Bristol, Lincoln County Island, Waldoboro
Difficulty Advanced
Length12.0 miles, One Way

The Maine Island Trail is a 375-mile recreational waterway that spans the entire coast of Maine. Islands in Muscongus Bay -- Crow and Thief -- as well as access points are featured.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Leeds, Wayne
Difficulty Easy
Length3.0 miles, One Way

Paddle to Norris Island in Androscoggin Lake to spend an afternoon birdwatching and fishing or stay the night in the cabin owned by Kennebec Land Trust.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location T2 R9 WELS
Difficulty Easy
Length5.2 miles, Round Trip

Two connected ponds with views of Mt. Katahdin and frequent moose sightings.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location T2 R10 WELS
Difficulty Easy
Length4.2 miles, Round Trip

Nestled in the northeastern corner of the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area, Hurd Pond offers a beautiful day of paddling with the option of staying the night in the west shore paddle-in campsite.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Grindstone Twp, Soldiertown Twp T2 R7 WELS, T3 R7 WELS
Difficulty Advanced
Length12.0 miles, One Way

Paddle the scenic and historic East Branch of the Penobscot River from Whetstone Falls to Grindstone Falls.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Grand Lake Stream Plt, Sakom Twp, T42 MD BPP, T43 MD BPP, T6 ND BPP
Difficulty Moderate
Length55.0 miles, Network

The Downeast Lakes offer exceptional opportunities for multi-day paddling trips, which rival any in the northeast for solitude, beauty, and adventure.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Durham
Difficulty Easy
Length2.7 miles, Network

Enjoy a peaceful paddle on Runaround Pond, where wildlife and tranquil waters abound.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Eagle Lake Twp, Soper Mountain Twp, T10 R12 WELS, T10 R13 WELS, T11 R13 WELS, T6 R12 WELS, T6 R13 WELS, T7 R12 WELS, T7 R13 WELS, T9 R12 WELS, T9 R13 WELS
Difficulty Strenuous
Length41.0 miles, One Way

The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. Section 12 of the trail leaves the Penobscot River Watershed to explore the historic and scenic Allagash Wilderness Waterway.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Adamstown Twp, Magalloway Plt, Rangeley, Richardsontown Twp, Township C, Upton
Difficulty Strenuous
Length37.0 miles, One Way

The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. Section 8 of the trail travels from Umbagog Lake to Rangeley Lake, and is characterized by a connected series of large lakes and undeveloped, conserved land and sensitive wildlife habitat.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Allagash, Eagle Lake Twp, Soper Mountain Twp, T10 R12 WELS, T10 R13 WELS, T11 R13 WELS, T12 R13 WELS, T13 R12 WELS, T13 R13 WELS, T14 R11 WELS, T14 R12 WELS, T15 R10 WELS, T15 R11 WELS, T6 R11 WELS, T6 R12 WELS, T7 R12 WELS, T7 R13 WELS, T7 R14 WELS, T8 R14 WELS, T8 R15 WELS, T9 R12 WELS, T9 R13 WELS
Difficulty Advanced
Length92.0 miles, One Way

The Allagash Wilderness Waterway is a magnificent, 92-mile-long ribbon of lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams winding through the heart of northern Maine's vast commercial forests.