Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Maine
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Maine

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1 - 33 mi
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Maine has 158 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 1.25 to 33 miles in length. The most popular trails are York River, Salmon Falls River and Mousam River. Trails.com member Norman G. recently completed Runaround Pond.
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Estes Lake is a long, widened section of river, backed up behind a small hydroelectric ...
Allagash Lake is at the top of our list, one of our very favorite lakes in Maine. It is ...
On the right day, with the weather just threatening enough to keep most people away, Lower ...
Runaround Pond is really two shallow weedy streams, teeming with wildlife and aquatic ...
The Saco River drains the White Mountains of Maine and New Hampshire, meandering southeast ...
During the summer, when the nearby Saco River is overrun with canoeists, you can paddle ...
Lower Togus Pond is long and narrow, with no development until you get to the very lowest ...
This is a nice little pond located right in the town of Freedom. It gets used by fishermen ...
Mopang Lake and Second Mopang Lake are among the many great paddling lakes in Washington ...
Clifford Lake is a beautiful spot: remote, undeveloped, and small enough that you don’t ...
Fourth Machais Lake represents the essence of eastern Maine’s wild lake country. Remote, ...
Lobster Lake is a gem, certainly one of the finest canoeing and camping lakes in Maine. ...
We set out on Loon Lake on a calm July evening, with scarcely a ripple on the surface ...
North Pond is wild and beautiful, particularly the north and west ends. If one is looking ...
Bearce Lake is a long way from anywhere, unless you happen to live in Calais on the New ...
We cover Attean and Holeb ponds together because they form part of the popular Moose River ...
The only word to describe Seboeis Lake is spectacular. From the main lake you can see ...
A quietwater paddle on a serpentine river in the heart of moose country. The Rangeley ...
We paddled here during a warm rain that was not heavy enough to keep either us or a fishing ...
Small, shallow, and with a tiny, rustic boat access, Shapleigh Pond sees few visitors. ...
Even though Parker Pond has some shoreline development, we include this large, scenic ...
Many large white pines hug the shoreline of Bunganock Pond, along with maples, paper birches, ...
This outlet stream meanders gently along with a barely perceptible current for about a ...
The Saco River, born among the highest peaks of the White Mountains in New Hampshire, ...
Turner Pond is a rare, undeveloped gem with few visitors. Islands of all sizes dot the ...
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