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Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff, Maine

   

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AMENITIES:
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Boating

Activities: boating, fishing, hiking, swimming and canoeing

This campground is a tremendous spot for boating. Some of the things you can do here at Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff are fishing, hiking, whitewater paddling, and swimming, so running out of cool stuff to do won’t happen. There is so much cool stuff to do close to Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff; it's always fun to be at this place.
How long has it been since you went for a weekend of camping? Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff in Maine is the outdoors at its best. The kind folks working here and all the entertaining things to do are
 
    in themselves reason enough to come here. As long as you fancy the outdoors you will fancy Maine.
So many local attractions and the close by outdoors recreation will make you delighted you came.

Why not take a refreshing
 hike along the Carry Trail, and hey, Ragmuff Stream is a splendid local stream. Take a hike on the Number Four Mountain Trail, and there's no such thing as a bad day of skiing at nearby Big Squaw. Coming to this campground is always a tremendous idea. Don't leave Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff without dropping by Peaks-Kenny State Park; hiking is a popular thing to do around Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff; Big Spencer Mountain Trail is a delightful local trail. You're probably keen on lakes, Chesuncook Lake is one of those nearby. Lily Bay State Park is a perfect spot to go if you're at Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff. From a rainfall point of view Penobscot River Corridor  
- Big Ragmuff is a quite normal place. The month of July is the wettest with most of the rain, and February on the other hand is the driest.  

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Other campgrounds near Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff, Maine:

   Penobscot River Corridor - Halfway House, Greenville, 0 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Lone Pine, Greenville, 2 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Big Island, Greenville, 2 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - The Pines, Greenville, 3 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Little Ragmuff, Greenville, 3 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Thoreau Island, Greenville, 4 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Northeast Cove, Greenville, 6 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Pine Stream, Greenville, 6 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Ogden Point, Greenville, 7 miles away
      
   Penobscot River Corridor - Shallow Bay, Greenville, 7 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff, Maine:

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

   Ellis Brook, Piscataquis County, 15 miles away
      Class II - 1.8 miles long (Ellis Bog to Chamberlain Lake)

   Penobscot River - West Branch, Somerset County, 15 miles away
      Class III+ - 2.5 miles long (Seboomook Dam to Roll Dam Campsite)

   Roach River, Piscataquis County, 16 miles away
      Class II-III - 6.5 miles long (Kokadjo to Moosehead lake)

   Allagash Stream, Piscataquis County, 17 miles away
      Class I-II - 5.5 miles long (Allagash Lake to Chamberlain Lake)


Public Lands near Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff, Maine:

   Lily Bay State Park, Maine, 20 miles away

   Peaks-Kenny State Park, Maine, 39 miles away


Trails near Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff, Maine:

   Big Spencer Mountain Trail, Piscataquis County, 12 miles away

   Carry Trail, Piscataquis County, 15 miles away

   Number Four Mountain Trail, Piscataquis County, 19 miles away


Lakes Near Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff, Maine:

   Chesuncook Lake, Piscataquis County, 14 miles away

   First Roach Pond, Piscataquis County, 16 miles away

   Ragged Lake, Piscataquis County, 16 miles away

   Moosehead Lake, Piscataquis County, 20 miles away


Current weather conditions at Penobscot River Corridor - Big Ragmuff, Maine
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Local climate location: BRASSUA DAM 28 miles away


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