Best Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing in Maine

This list represents the most popular flatwater kayaking & canoeing in Maine. Use this list to plan your next Maine flatwater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Lobster Lake is a gem, certainly one of the finest canoeing and camping lakes in Maine. ...
Estes Lake is a long, widened section of river, backed up behind a small hydroelectric ...
We cover Attean and Holeb ponds together because they form part of the popular Moose River ...
The shorelines of both Upper and Lower Richardson lakes are rocky, with a generally sandy ...
During the summer, when the nearby Saco River is overrun with canoeists, you can paddle ...
A quietwater paddle on a serpentine river in the heart of moose country. The Rangeley ...
Runaround Pond is really two shallow weedy streams, teeming with wildlife and aquatic ...
This is a nice little pond located right in the town of Freedom. It gets used by fishermen ...
Clifford Lake is a beautiful spot: remote, undeveloped, and small enough that you don’t ...
Known primarily for its craggy shorelines, deep harbors, sailboats, tide pools, lobsters, ...
Allagash Lake is at the top of our list, one of our very favorite lakes in Maine. It is ...
We paddled here during a warm rain that was not heavy enough to keep either us or a fishing ...
Douglas Pond is a natural pond enhanced by a small dam on the Sebasticook River. Much ...
Fourth Machais Lake represents the essence of eastern Maine’s wild lake country. Remote, ...
A meandering paddle through Maine’s largest salt marsh. Paddling through the heart of ...
On the right day, with the weather just threatening enough to keep most people away, Lower ...
North Pond is wild and beautiful, particularly the north and west ends. If one is looking ...
Lower Togus Pond is long and narrow, with no development until you get to the very lowest ...
The thirty- to forty-foot-wide stream has plenty of water, with no noticeable current. ...
Preserved by the Wetlands Protection Act of 1972, Scarborough Marsh is a 3,100-acre estuary ...
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