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Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam, Maine

   

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AMENITIES:
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Activities: boating, fishing, hiking, swimming and canoeing

Maine has lots of outdoors activities. Some activities here at Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam are swimming, playing golf, whitewater paddling, and fishing, so running out of entertaining things to do won’t happen. The staff of this nice campground and all the exciting things have folks coming here.
So many local attractions and the nearby outdoors recreation will certainly have you coming back time and again.
Camping out unquestionably is a fun thing to do, and Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam in Maine is just the place.
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    an incredible array of things to do close to Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam, and to be at this campground is nice fun any time.
The Seboomook Dam to Roll Dam Campsite segment, a whitewater bit on Penobscot River - West
 Branch is 2.5 miles in distance. This close by bit of whitewater is a class III+. When the conditions are right this bit of Penobscot River - West Branch is an enjoyable bit of river for whitewater paddling. Don't disregard to check the situation before you go whitewater paddling to ensure your safety. A visit to Lily Bay State Park rejuvenates the soul, and Big Squaw has fine slopes and a friendly staff. Seboomook Dam is a spot that is next to Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam. Getting to Negro Brook from Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam is uncomplicated. An afternoon playing golf at MT Kineo Golf Course is always a diversion, and a lake close by is Moosehead Lake. The amount  
of precipitation that falls at Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam is close to the national average. The month with most of the rain is July, and February on the other hand is the driest.  

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Other campgrounds near Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam, Maine:

   Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Ledge, Greenville Junction, 1 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Roll Dam Group, Greenville Junction, 3 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Burbank, Greenville Junction, 5 miles away
      
   Chewonki's Big Eddy, Greenville, 5 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Nulhedus Gravel Pit, Greenville Junction, 5 miles away
      
   Seboomook wilderness Campground, Rockwood, 6 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Seven Mile Hill, West Forks, 10 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Shallow Bay, Greenville, 13 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Thoreau Island, Greenville, 13 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Jackson Cove Group, Greenville, 14 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam, Maine:

   Penobscot River - West Branch, Somerset County, 0 miles away
      Class III+ - 2.5 miles long (Seboomook Dam to Roll Dam Campsite)

   Moose River, Somerset County, 11 miles away
      Class II-III - 5 miles long (Long Pond to Brassua Lake)

   Kennebec River - West Outlet, Somerset Piscataquis County, 12 miles away
      Class I-II - 10 miles long (Moosehead Lake to Indian Pond)

   Baker Branch, Somerset County, 14 miles away
      Class I-II - 26.5 miles long (Fourth St. John Pond to Baker Lake)

   Kennebec River - East Outlet, Somerset County, 16 miles away
      Class II-IV - 3 miles long (Moosehead Lake Route 15 Bridge to Indian Pond)


Public Lands near Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam, Maine:

   Lily Bay State Park, Maine, 21 miles away


Golf Courses Near Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam, Maine:

   MT Kineo Golf Course, Rockwood, 15 miles away


Lakes Near Penobscot River Corridor - Seboomook Dam, Maine:

   Moosehead Lake, Piscataquis County, 14 miles away


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


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