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The Penobscot River Paddling Trail was initiated to provide campsites for paddlers traveling on the river’s main stem from Medway to Bucksport. Over a distance of 100 miles, the Penobscot offers a combination of flatwater and whitewater, and plenty of access points for day use to long distance trips. Paddlers have options of self-guiding, guides for hire, and Wabanaki cultural experiences. When completed, the campsites will provide a link between the East Branch of the Penobscot and the Maine Island Trail, both of which have established paddling trails. On this website, you can research access points and campsites, pan through an interactive map, take a map tour, explore the river's reaches, and register at campsites. Enjoy!


November 18:  An Update on the Penobscot River Paddling Trail with Cloe Chunn

Cloe Chunn will brief us about recent developments on the paddling trail, as well as what she has learned about Wabanaki place names, from studying and seeing them, firsthand, along the river.

This is a virtual event.  To register for this event, click here.

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