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Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam, Maine

   

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AMENITIES:
Fishing
Boating

Activities: boating, fishing, hiking, swimming and canoeing

Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam is a perfect location for boating. It's just not possible to get bored in Maine if you have a thing about the outdoors. Can't wait to pitch that tent; Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam in Maine is a great selection.
Some activities here at Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam are whitewater paddling, fishing, hiking, and swimming, so getting bored is not something that is likely to happen.

There are so many fun things to do near Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam; loads of people enjoy coming here to get away.
 
    The friendly reception and the ably taken care of facilities have folks coming from all over.
On close by Ellis Brook you locate a grade II run of whitewater; the Ellis Bog to Chamberlain Lake sector is 1.8 miles long. The proficient
 kayak paddlers should possibly stay away from this run of Ellis Brook. Check the latest conditions before heading out on the whitewater, otherwise it's not safe and sound. Brandy Brook flows through this vicinity; the Carry Trail is a tremendous hiking trail nearby. Lakes? Sure, Chesuncook Lake is around here, and close by you come across the Big Spencer Mountain Trail which is a nice hiking trail. This campground is a beautiful location to go to. A day on the slopes of Big Squaw is just what you need, and going for a hike on the Telephone Trail is always a pleasant adventure. A spree to Lily Bay State Park when you're here at Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam is a perfect idea.  
Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam gets a common amount of annual rain. Most of the rain falls all through July, and the driest of the months is February.  

        


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

   Penobscot River Corridor - Boomhouse Group, Greenville, 2 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Pine Stream, Greenville, 3 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Longley Stream, Clayton Lake, 3 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Gero #1, Greenville, 4 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Little Ragmuff, Greenville, 4 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Gero Island #2, Greenville, 4 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Greenville, 5 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Gero Island #3, Greenville, 5 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Gero Island #4 - Group, Greenville, 5 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Big Island, Greenville, 5 miles away
      

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

   Ellis Brook, Piscataquis County, 8 miles away
      Class II - 1.8 miles long (Ellis Bog to Chamberlain Lake)

   Caucomgomoc Stream, Piscataquis County, 9 miles away
      Class I-II - 2 miles long (Caucomgomoc Lake to Black Pond)

   Allagash Stream, Piscataquis County, 12 miles away
      Class I-II - 5.5 miles long (Allagash Lake to Chamberlain Lake)

   Smith Brook, Piscataquis County, 19 miles away
      Class I-III - 8 miles long (Haymock Lake to Eagle lake)

   Roach River, Piscataquis County, 20 miles away
      Class II-III - 6.5 miles long (Kokadjo to Moosehead lake)


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

   Lily Bay State Park, Maine, 26 miles away


Trails near Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam, Maine:

   Carry Trail, Piscataquis County, 8 miles away

   Big Spencer Mountain Trail, Piscataquis County, 15 miles away

   Telephone Trail, Piscataquis County, 17 miles away


Lakes Near Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam, Maine:

   Chesuncook Lake, Piscataquis County, 12 miles away

   Ragged Lake, Piscataquis County, 17 miles away


Current weather conditions at Penobscot River Corridor - Canvas Dam, Maine
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Local climate location: BRASSUA DAM 33 miles away


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