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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Drift, Paddle & Fish the Penobscot River

The serene and often surreal midsection of this big Maine river holds many surprises for anglers and paddlers alike.
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Paddling to West Island, RI

Experienced paddlers—especially those who fish—will enjoy a trip to this rugged islet off the coast of Rhode Island’s Sakonnet Point.
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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, and offers spectacular views of Mount Katahdin to the northwest. Boat traffic is light, even during summer, adding to the lake’s serenity and making it...
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Lake Winnie Paddling Trip: Stonedam Island

Lake Winnipesaukee is a big body of water (the largest in New Hampshire), but most of its shoreline is privately owned and off-limits…
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Paddling Clinton’s Indian River

Visitors to the Clinton, Connecticut, area who are looking for a great spot to kayak or paddleboard would do well to check out the Indian River, a scenic tidal waterway. You can access the river at the Clinton Landing & Gazebo, behind the Town Hall…
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