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Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Maine

   

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AMENITIES:
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Boating

Activities: boating, fishing, hiking, swimming and canoeing

In case you have a thing about boating you are in luck, boating is magnificent at this campground. So many enjoyable things near Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines; when you're here you're always having a magnificent time.
There's such a vast number of things to do at Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines including hiking, fishing, swimming, and whitewater paddling, so probably you want to stick around. All the perfect local attractions in close proximity and such a perfect variety of outdoors recreation will without doubt have you coming back again
 
    and again.
In Maine you never run out of outdoors cool things.
The welcoming environment and the magnificent facilities attract folks from far and near. Pack your camping stuff and get your wheels rolling; Penobscot River
 Corridor - The Pines, Maine is a magnificent site for getting out.
The Caucomgomoc Lake to Black Pond portion, a whitewater part on Caucomgomoc Stream is 2 miles from start to finish. This close by part of whitewater is a type I-II. This portion of Caucomgomoc Stream is suited for kayak paddlers who haven't been whitewater kayaking or rafting for so long. Whitewater rapids are dangerous occurrences, so you have to check the latest conditions before you go. You certainly have to visit Lily Bay State Park while you're here at Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, and Chesuncook Lake is a good lake close by. The Big Spencer Mountain Trail offers hiking at its best; a quick visit to
 
Little Ragmuff Stream is positively a delightful idea. This campground is a fine place to pop by. Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines is right by the Carry Trail.  

Brewster Inn, Dexter

50 miles away
        


Other campgrounds near Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Maine:

   Penobscot River Corridor - Big Island, Greenville, 1 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Little Ragmuff, Greenville, 1 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Lone Pine, Greenville, 1 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff, Greenville, 3 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Halfway House, Greenville, 3 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Pine Stream, Greenville, 3 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Boomhouse Group, Greenville, 5 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam, Clayton Lake, 5 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Thoreau Island, Greenville, 6 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Gero #1, Greenville, 7 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Maine:

   Caucomgomoc Stream, Piscataquis County, 10 miles away
      Class I-II - 2 miles long (Caucomgomoc Lake to Black Pond)

   Ellis Brook, Piscataquis County, 13 miles away
      Class II - 1.8 miles long (Ellis Bog to Chamberlain Lake)

   Allagash Stream, Piscataquis County, 15 miles away
      Class I-II - 5.5 miles long (Allagash Lake to Chamberlain Lake)

   Roach River, Piscataquis County, 17 miles away
      Class II-III - 6.5 miles long (Kokadjo to Moosehead lake)

   Penobscot River - West Branch, Somerset County, 18 miles away
      Class III+ - 2.5 miles long (Seboomook Dam to Roll Dam Campsite)


Public Lands near Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Maine:

   Lily Bay State Park, Maine, 22 miles away

   Peaks-Kenny State Park, Maine, 39 miles away


Trails near Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Maine:

   Big Spencer Mountain Trail, Piscataquis County, 12 miles away

   Carry Trail, Piscataquis County, 12 miles away

   Number Four Mountain Trail, Piscataquis County, 19 miles away


Lakes Near Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Maine:

   Chesuncook Lake, Piscataquis County, 12 miles away

   Ragged Lake, Piscataquis County, 16 miles away

   First Roach Pond, Piscataquis County, 17 miles away


Current weather conditions at Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Maine
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Local climate location: BRASSUA DAM 29 miles away


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