Seboomook Wilderness, Maine
Tent camping is available
Activities: boating, fishing and golf
There are perfect tent sites here where you can pitch that tent of yours, and there's a store at this campground where you could get things you need. The wonderful variety of local attractions and the wonderful variety of outdoors recreation will make you glad you came. Unsurprisingly there are restrooms here, and if you go for boating you are in luck, boating is good here at Seboomook Wilderness.
There are showers here at Seboomook Wilderness, and in case you love comfort, there
are good cabins here.|
Ok, you've been cooped up too long, you have to get out of the house, and Seboomook Wilderness in Maine is such a good place. It's completely out of the question to get bored in Maine if you love the outdoors.
| ||There is so much entertaining stuff near Seboomook Wilderness, and when you spend some time here you will feel like a new person.|
The good people who control this place and the fine multitude of fun activities are pretty striking.
Playing a game of golf is an excellent way to spend some time, and hope you like fishing, Seboomook Wilderness has some perfect fishing.
Some activities here at Seboomook Wilderness are hiking, whitewater paddling, and playing golf, so getting bored is not something that is likely to happen. A close by type I-II whitewater run can be encountered on Penobscot River - North Branch; the Big Bog Dam to Pittston Farm sector is 20.8 miles long. This run of Penobscot
River - North Branch is great for those missing a great deal of whitewater familiarity. Check current conditions previous to going on the whitewater, otherwise it's not safe.
Other campgrounds near Seboomook Wilderness, Maine:
Old Mill, Rockwood, 0 miles away
Penobscot River Corridor - North Branch, Jackman, 5 miles away
Penobscot River Corridor - South Branch, West Forks, 6 miles away
Penobscot River Corridor - Kings High Landing, West Forks, 7 miles away
Penobscot River Corridor - Canada Falls Dam, Jackman, 7 miles away
Penobscot River Corridor - Birch Point, Jackman, 9 miles away
Penobscot River Corridor - Seven Mile Hill, West Forks, 9 miles away
Old Mill Camping Area, Rockwood, 11 miles away
Penobscot River Corridor - Nulhedus Gravel Pit, Greenville Junction, 13 miles away
Seboomook wilderness Campground, Rockwood, 13 miles away
Paddling Rivers Near Seboomook Wilderness, Maine:
Penobscot River - North Branch, Somerset County, 4 miles away
Class I-II - 20.8 miles long (Big Bog Dam to Pittston Farm)
Baker Branch, Somerset County, 6 miles away
Class I-II - 26.5 miles long (Fourth St. John Pond to Baker Lake)
Penobscot River - South Branch, Somerset County, 7 miles away
Class V - 3.5 miles long (Canada Falls Lake to Pittston Farm)
Penobscot River - South Branch, Somerset County, 8 miles away
Class I-II - 17.5 miles long (Bridge to Canada Falls Dam)
Baker Branch, Somerset County, 14 miles away
Class I-II - 18 miles long (Baker Lake to SW Branch St. John River)
Public Lands near Seboomook Wilderness, Maine:
Lily Bay State Park, Maine, 37 miles away
Trails near Seboomook Wilderness, Maine:
Alder Brook Trail, Somerset County, 19 miles away
Golf Courses Near Seboomook Wilderness, Maine:
MT Kineo Golf Course, Rockwood, 11 miles away
Current weather conditions at Seboomook Wilderness, Maine
Local climate location: JACKMAN 32 miles away
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