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|Location||Auburn, Freeport, Gray, New Gloucester, North Yarmouth, Yarmouth|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||49.2 miles, Network|
The Royal River Water Trail provides a wide variety of paddling experiences and public water access points for paddling, swimming, birding, fishing, hunting, camping, fiddlehead harvesting, picnicking, and shoreline hiking and biking on conserved lands and parks.
|Location||Auburn, Greene, Lewiston, Turner|
|Length||14.4 miles, One Way|
The Androscoggin Greenway is the southernmost section of the Androscoggin River and passes by a variety of landscapes such as the conserved Androscoggin Riverlands State Park and the urban area of Lewiston-Auburn.
|Location||Cambridge (NH), Errol (NH), Magalloway Plt, Upton|
|Length||16.7 miles, Network|
The Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge -- including shorelines of more than 10 miles of the Magalloway and Androscoggin Rivers, their backwaters and much of the 7,000-acre Umbagog Lake -- offers ample opportunity for exploration by canoe, kayak, or boat.
|Length||5.9 miles, Network|
The Orange River Water Trail is an easy to access, easy to paddle flat-water trail, which includes miles of fresh water teeming with wildlife. The Orange River provides important inland waterfowl and wading bird habitat in Downeast Maine and also supports bald eagles, deer wintering, and brook trout fisheries.
|Location||Adamstown Twp, Magalloway Plt, Rangeley, Richardsontown Twp, Township C, Upton|
|Length||37.0 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.
|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|
|Length||92.0 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.
|Location||Attean Twp, Bradstreet Twp, Brassua Twp, Hobbstown Twp, Jackman, Long Pond Twp, Rockwood Strip T1 R1 NBKP, Rockwood Strip T2 R1 NBKP, Sandwich Academy Grant Twp, T3 R4 BKP WKR, T3 R5 BKP WKR, T5 R7 BKP WKR, Taunton & Raynham Academy Grant, Tomhegan Twp|
|Length||65.0 miles, One Way|
The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. Section 10 of the trail explores Spencer Stream and Lake and the Moose River as it drains to Moosehead Lake.