From whitewater rafting to lazy floats to waterfalls, Northern Outdoors in Maine has a water activity for everyone this summer!
Millinocket, Maine is known for its stunning natural beauty and outdoor recreational activities. Whether you’re looking to explore Baxter State Park or Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, go whitewater rafting on the Penobscot River, or eat at the infamous Appalachian Trail Cafe- there’s something for everyone in Millinocket, Maine!
Appalachian Trail Canoe Ferry at the Kennebec River, Maine The Appalachian Trail (AT) is the longest foot trail in the
Glamping in Maine is absolutely the best. Arrive to your platform cabin tent, unload your things, then stroll over to the bar, pool & adventure resort to really enjoy your vaca!
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.
Looking for the best Maine waterfalls for hiking, rafting, snowmobiling, fishing and swimming? Head inland to these 6 off-the-beaten-path trails for year round outdoor adventure!