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Kennenbec and Moose River Valley Region
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Maine Best Rafting Trips

Maine Whitewater Rafting Rivers, Maine Cabin Rentals, Tent and RV Camping and More:
North Country Rivers - Your Maine Adventure Outfitter Company.

36 Main St • Gadabout Gaddis Airport
Bingham, Maine, 04920 USA
800-348-8871 • 207-672-4814 • Fax 207-672-4176

It's always been our goal to remain Maine's #1 adventure vacation outfitter company and resort. That's why we have Maine's largest and "most complete" adventure vacation resort complex (at nearly 60-acres). It has a restaurant and pub, a main lodge, a retail store, a game room, a family-sized hot tub, showers, washrooms, walking trails, outdoor games areas, cabin rentals, cottages, log cabins, tent and RV camping areas. We also have T-3 powered Wi-Fi Internet access and CABLE TV inside our main lodge, and in all of our Maine rental cabins and cottages.







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   Canoeing  tour packages with Maine's Premier Adventure Resort
    View moose, loons and Osprey as you paddle your canoe along a pristine wilderness lake, rich in logging history.
    Northern Outdoors is renowned for quality resort facilities, great food and an experienced staff.
 

The Forks
 Jackman

800-765-7238

Adventures for all ages

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. Allagash Guide Inc. Norridgewock 207-634-3748 E-Mail ..
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Maine Hunting, Fishing, camping Guide, Bluefish, and Strippers
Jay Farris - P.O. Box 824, Gardiner, Me. 04345 - Telephone # (207)215-3828
 www.maineexperienceguideservice.com    Email: maineexperience@aol.com
Jason Farris, Certified Master Maine Guide and owner of Maine Experience Guide Services offering day & overnight fishing, canoeing, camping and hunting trips in the areas of Micoast Maine and the  Augusta, Gardiner, Winthrop and Belgrade, Maine area. Lodging is available. I believe as a Professional Maine Guide one of my strong points is the ability to tailor a trip no matter how long or short to the clients needs. New trips include Stripper and Blue fish  fishing and Eco tours on the Kennebec River.
Maine Canoeing and Fishing Trips, Guided
Maine Fishing Guide, Maine, Fishing
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. Cedar Mill Guide Service
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Athens 207-654-2010 E-Mail .
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. Maine Wilderness Tours Belgrade 207-465-4333 E-Mail .
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Acadia / Downeast Maine
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. Smallidge Cottage Mt. Desert Island 207-244-0909
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Aroostook County-Northern Maine
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Cozy Pines Lodging, Madawaska Maine Lodging.Cozy Pines Lodging is located in an area called the St. John Valley in Aroostook County Maine. The St. John Valley is the furthest most part of the country neighboring the Canadian border. Known or referred to by some people as "God's Country", we have the best that Mother Nature can give for all outdoor enthusiasts. Cozy Pines Lodging is located in Grand Isle, Maine, a small northern Maine town located on U.S. Route 1, and is only minutes away from neighboring towns of Madawaska, Maine and Van Buren, Maine which are both border crossing towns which makes visiting Canada a simple drive.
Maine Canoe, Canoe TRips and Guides for Maine Vacations  Canoe Maine for your Next Eco Maine Vacations  Maine Vacation Canoe Packages
Cozy Pines Lodging  95 Morneault Road  Grand Isle, Maine  04746  207-459-7069
www.cozypineslodging.com       Email cozypineslodging@yahoo.com
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Southern  Maine Coast Region
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. Maine Path & Paddle Guides Windham 207-892-3121 E-Mail .
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. River Bluff Camps Gorham 207-839-8433 E-Mail .
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. Parsonsfield 207-793-2652 E-Mail
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The Highlands Region
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Jackman
Greenville
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Maine outfitters Moose Safaris
Phone: 207-695-3288   Tool Free 1 866-223-1380 Fax 207-695-3577
Northwoods Outfitters P.O. Box 160
Greenville, Me 04441  Hours: 9 am - 5 pm 7 days per week  info@maineoutfitter.com

Canoe or Kayak MaineNorthwoods Outfitters provides 1/2 day and full day wilderness adventures that are fun for the entire family.We can provide an experienced guide to accompany you, or you can explore on your own. The Moosehead Region has so much to offer, so call in advance and we'll help you plan your adventure...Northwoods Outfitters also specializes in renting equipment for all your outdoor adventure activities. We offer the finest equipment from leading manufacturers in the outdoor equipment industry.If you just want to explore on your own, we can provide you with the gear that you need. We rent canoes, kayaks, mountain bikes,fishing & camping equipment and more.
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Maine's canoe trips suit all interests, ranging from canoeing day trips to paddling on a calm lake or pond. Challenging whitewater river trips and overnight canoe camping trips are also available all over the state. Take a canoeing adventure starting at either the Kennebec, Narraguagus, Saint Croix, Penobscot, Saint George, Piscataquis, Pleasant, or the Roach and East Machias Rivers as well as Spednic Lake, Donnell & Flood’s Ponds or the Kenduskeag Stream.

If you are looking for an extended canoe trip, the best choice is Saint Croix River, a whitewater river trip offering great canoeing throughout the summer season and into the fall, providing also an excellent opportunity to learn whitewater and paddling techniques, wilderness camping skills, and the art of poling a canoe.

Passing the black fly season infringing on Maine in spring, Saint Croix River is a mix of quiet water and rapids, with headwater lakes and campsites of particular beauty during the fall foliage. This river flows along the New Brunswick border in eastern Maine, and its rapids are considered lively class I-II but not intimidating, great for a family canoe trip.

The Machias River is another of the featured destinations in Maine, the same for kayaking or just taking a wilderness canoe trip through its 85 miles in length headwaters, runnable to the sea by canoeing from Fifth Machias Lake toward the coastal town of Machias

Canoeing on Machias River is only runnable from late April to mid June, because the water levels on this river are dependent on the amount of precipitation received in eastern Maine, and canoe trips are shorter due to the number of access points along the Machias River. The best canoe trips are those on the Machias Rivers headwater lakes, running in the early river season.

Maine's rivers cover the different Rapids classification, so you can always select a destination with a river matching your canoeing skills. Class I rapids are easy with no obstacles, small ripples and slow current. Class II rapids are moderate with occasional obstacles, and medium current with waves. Class III rapids are difficult, having longer rapids with strong, irregular currents. Class IV rapids are very difficult and steeper, as well as longer with numerous obstacles.

A few rivers in Maine are classified V rapids. Within this type, the rivers are extremely difficult, with large vertical drops, strong hydraulics, and very swift, irregular currents in heavily obstructed channels, or class VI rapids, which are nearly impossible and very dangerous, except for experts, and after a conscientious study with all precautions taken in mind.

The 12 mile Kennebec River is classified a rapid class II to V flowing through the Kennebec Gorge until reaching the ending at The Forks. The Penobscot River has 12 miles of rapids class III to V, descending from McKay Station and running through Ripogenus Gorge ending near Pockwockamus Falls.

Maine's Dead River is the only rapid class IV and V, which offers the longest stretch of continuous whitewater in the East through a16 mile trip of whitewater beginning at Grand Falls and running until the end at The Forks. To protect the environmental quality of Maine's rivers, the state limits the number of activities each day so it would be advisable to talk with local authorities so you can guarantee your participation wherever you go.

Paddling is quiet in the bays and coves the scenic Maine coast and learning the art of sea, lake or New England's best whitewater kayaking gives you the chance to get close to Maine's moose, salmons and ospreys during the day. Tours, canoeing and kayaking across the state include courses, kayak rental facilities, and even relaxing time at evening primitive wilderness river campsites.



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