Sea Kayaking Trails in Maine
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Sea Kayaking Trails in Maine

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2 - 52 mi
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Maine has 102 sea kayaking trails. These trails range from 2 to 52.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Cape Porpoise Archipelago, Deer Isle Archipelago and Cousins Island. Trails.com member Racheal �. recently completed St. George River from Thomaston to Port Clyde.
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The Deer Isle Archipelago offers the largest number of public-access islands and some ...
An island-to-island tour of Maine’s premiere kayaking destination. Boat traffic and fog ...
An easy-to-reach island with more than 11 miles of rocky, mostly wild shoreline and nearby ...
The Muscle Ridge Islands sit only a couple of miles offshore, between Spruce Head and ...
This is a leisurely four-day trip starting in busy Portland Harbor and traveling up to ...
One of the most interesting sites to visit is Fort Gorges, which sits just over a mile ...
Unless you’re a brute of a paddler, you should take this trip as either a point-to-point ...
An enjoyable introduction to the multitude of paddling opportunities in Casco Bay. An ...
The New Meadows River flows along the eastern shores of Sebascodegan Island and offers ...
This pleasant trip can include exploring Fort Point State Park on foot and a picnic. Fort ...
A short paddle to a beautiful island and the former summer home of Arctic explorer Admiral ...
These waters are amazingly quiet, because the abundant mudflats and shallow areas are ...
It is always a pleasant surprise when you can find quiet places to explore close to a ...
This short, limited jaunt from the Roque Bluffs beach can only be undertaken on the upper ...
The trip takes you from Round Pond north to explore along Muscongus Harbor and Greenland ...
This is a destination paddle to the shores of Jewell Island, a popular public island about ...
A trip from Popham Beach to Fort Island is a three-day tidewater journey through three ...
Jewell Island is easy to reach from the mainland, and the sense of accessible wilderness ...
In northern Casco Bay, long, ragged peninsulas stretch to open ocean, punctuated by a ...
The possibilities for sea kayaking and tidewater canoeing are limitless from Knubble Bay, ...
A circumnavigation of Gerrish and Cutts Islands from Kittery Point shows you the contrast ...
The York River’s fast current runs you swiftly past some of the most interesting spots ...
Muscongus Bay is the perfect getaway for two reasons: it is well protected and is not ...
Vinalhaven and the surrounding Fox Islands are more remote than some other paddling areas ...
The outer islands of Maine are special rocky thresholds where the full force of the Atlantic ...
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