Islesford Escape

This town off Maine’s Mount Desert Island rewards boaters and experienced paddlers with hiking, history, and good food.
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Island Time: Sandy Point, CT

Looking for remote, sandy beach to bring the family? Head for this island on the border of Rhode Island and Connecticut.
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Magical Moosehead: Moosehead Lake, Maine

No matter what flavor of outdoor adventure you seek, Maine’s largest lake has it covered!
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Northeast Kingdom Come

A visit to Vermont’s northern wonderland is the ideal way to unplug and refresh yourself and your family. By Steve Wyman The Abenaki names for the myriad lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams scattered throughout Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom are as original and mysterious as the waterbodies themselves. Names like Ticklenaked, Memphremagog, Namagonic, Passumpsic, and Menenbawk inspire adventure,...
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Camping Maine’s Warren Island

Text & Photos by Tom RichardsonRemote, 70-acre Warren Island is located 3 miles east of Lincolnville and a stone’s throw from Islesboro’s Grindel Point, making it accessible by both boat and kayak. There is a long pier for dropping off gear and passengers, as well as several courtesy moorings, along the island’s protected eastern shore.Once...
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Overnight Sensation: Camping The Boston Harbor Islands

For a super-unique, super-cool camping trip, reserve a site in the Boston Harbor Islands
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Exploring Millinocket Lake, Maine

This beautiful North Woods lake offers a host of family-friendly activities to pursue. Nine miles west of Millinocket, the former paper-mill town in north-central Maine, is Millinocket Lake (not to be confused with the much more remote Lake Millinocket, just north of Baxter State Park). The nearly pristine waterbody is remarkably free of shoreline development,...
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6 Great New England Boating Daytrips

Here are six great boating daytrips to keep you on the water all season! Text & Photo by Tom Richardson 1) Burton, Knight & Woods Islands, VT A major attraction for boaters, regardless of the season, in the northern part of Lake Champlain (also known as the Inshore Sea) is the trio of state parks...
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Calling on Quissett

This cozy and protected Buzzards Bay harbor is beloved by boaters seeking a place to relax and unwind. Many boaters, especially those cruising the coast, know Quissett Harbor as a good spot to wait out the current change in nearby Woods Hole Passage or the Cape Cod Canal.
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