Maine is full of towns with interesting names, but I’m pretty sure The Forks is at the top of the list. Besides just having a great name, The Forks, Maine has plenty of things to do year round. Situated where the Kennebec and Dead Rivers meet, it’s is a haven for outdoor activity in Maine.
Home to Mount Katahdin (Maine’s highest mountain), the Baxter State Park area boasts some of the best whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, and outdoor activities in Maine.
If you’ve got an outdoorsy family an active family reunion in the Maine woods might be the perfect thing!
Registered Maine Guide Chris Russell has been guiding white water rafting trips, fly fishing, hunting, and snowmobiling for 25+ years. His workday is all about showing our guests a great time doing outdoor adventures…no wonder he’s been around so long!
My group has been fishing/rafting continuously since 1991 exclusively using Northern Outdoors including both the Kennebec and Penobscot Rivers.
These 2 trips have sold us on Northern Outdoors (along with the float trips we’ve done) and we tell everyone we talk with about the trips and the great experiences at Northern Outdoors!!
Whether it’s after a day rafting the Kennebec or snowmobiling through Maine’s woods, nothing beats a tasty, handcrafted beer. Kennebec River Pub serves up some amazing beer and food, all in an atmosphere that welcomes everyone like a regular.
Up here in Maine, we are more than Leaf Peepers – oh yes indeed. We are Leaf Hunters – we take seriously the business of immersing ourselves in one of the most spectacular color shows of nature.
We sat down with Kennebec River Angler Owner Chris Russell to explore the unique fishing opportunities in the deep gorges of the Kennebec River watershed…
Northern Outdoors recently launched an all-new, mobile-friendly website showcasing our expanded Maine hunting and fishing trip offerings. The first website was – well, the very first website ever for our hunting trips.