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Kayak Front

Here are some of our favorite Kayaking/Canoeing Adventures (to name a few). Remember before you leave for your water adventure stop into KG for water-friendly footwear, personal floatation devices (for children and adults),  paddles, snacks, and more. 

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Grant Brook

Paddling Grant Brook is a great way to experience the lakes, streams, and bogs that define much of the North Maine Woods. It can be paddled out and back from a public boat launch on Millinocket Lake or from the New England Outdoor Center


Passamagamet Lake

The lake is about 2.3 miles long, with a wide sandy beach backed by a large marsh on the east end and a narrower west end with a couple of sheltered backwaters. The sandy beach is a popular day-use and overnight destination for motorized and non-motorized watercraft.


Hurd Pond 

This beautiful paddling trip offers grand views and remote wilderness. Small islands and secluded coves on the south shore of the pond are excellent places to explore. 


Boom House

Ambajejus Boom House is 
a historical landmark and museum.  The only way to travel there is by boat and/or paddle. 


Togue Pond

Togue Pond is one of the numerous bodies of water in Maine, what makes this one special is its close proximity to the southern entrance of Baxter State Park.


Water Trail

The Debsconeag Loop Paddling Trail is meant to be traveled in a clockwise direction, west from Spencer Cove across Ambajejus and Pemadumcook Lakes and then north across the watershed divide to the Debsconeag Lakes

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