East Branch of the Penobscot River canoe trip through the new Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. Our three day canoe trip begins just below Grand Lake Matagamon and ends at Whetstone Falls. there are four mandatory portages around Haskell Pitch, Pond Pitch, Haulling Machine and Grand Falls. You’ll want to scout Bowline Falls. you’ll want to be in good physical shape for  this trip. High Water difficult & dangerous (over 600 CFS) medium water recommended (300-55 cfs) and low water (100-150cfs) skinny but runnable. Canoe the Wild offers this trip for First timers and seasoned paddlers alike. First timers will want to run it at medium to low water and will receive instruction as needed for paddling in whitewater.  All equipment and meals are provided when signing up for this canoe trip with Canoe the Wild.

Maine canoe trips, Maine summer vacations, weekend getaways, discover Maine

Maine is a great destination for adventure recreation seekers of all ability levels and first timers including, weekend getaways, day trips, overnight and longer paddle trips on Maine rivers for your family, friends and custom group outings. The St. Croix River, Allagash River, West branch of the Penobscot, and the East Branch of the Penobscot through the new National Monument known as Katahdin Woods and Waters are all great Maine destinations that can be paddled all summer long. For those looking for a little more adventure, Canoe the Wild offers trips into Canada on the Bonaventure River ,NE Mistissibi River., Liard River in the Yukon and remote fishing for Brook Trout on the de Pas River in Quebec.  Canoe the Wild is an outfitter that provides everything you need to make your trip safe and enjoyable including experienced registered Maine guides whom have great people skills, equipment that is new or like new including Old Town canoes, tents, group tarp, cooking and eating utensils and meals that are top notch! Visit out website and 2017 summer schedule and discover why Maine is a great destination for all ages. vacations.  CanoetheWild.com 

 

Dave’s Maine Wreaths and Trees has been selling Christmas Trees and Wreaths in Lynchburg, Virginia since 1990 with Two locations serving the central Virginia area. 20722 Timberlake Road, Big Lots parking lot and next to Joe Beans Coffee shop and 19018 Forest Road (route 221) next to Auto Extras in Forest. Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 9AM-9PM and Sundays 11-8PM. The 2016 season with be the 27th year of sales in Lynchburg. Along with trees and wreaths of all sizes. Dave sells pine, fir, and mixed greenery roping (garland) in rolls or cut to desired length, centerpieces, window sill sprays, arches, memorial wreaths and bows made to order in numerous fabric, colors and sizes. For more information and to Place an order (large trees, wreaths and window sill sprays made to order) contact Dave at the 19018 Forest Road location cell # 207-551-8729 and at our Big Lots location, call Jason at 434-258-5096. Visit Dave’s website at http://www.canoethewild.com/daves-trees/

Six day Allagash Canoe Trip from Churchill Lake to Allagash Village, 62 miles. Great trip for spotting wildlife, fishing and just getting away from it all! No previous canoeing or camping experience is necessary. Seasoned Registered Maine Guides take care of all the logistics, meals, and provide instruction as needed.  All gear is provided, all you will need is a sleeping bag and a few changes of clothing. Contact Canoe the Wild to plan your 2017 Allagash canoe trip from four days.

13 ladies on the St. Croix River celebrating a Martha’s 50th birthday party! Four days and three nights. Canoe the Wild offers custom canoe trips for your group. All meals, equipment, guides and instruction as needed is provided.  Contact Canoe the Wild for more information.

Four Day Allagash Canoe trip with Canoe the Wild guided by Maine Guides Paul Domigan and Tammi Matula. a great trip for the first timer and those looking for and shorter Allagash Canoe trip and camping experience.

Troop 76 of Holliston, MA on their 2nd canoe trip with Canoe the Wild. The scouts gained confidence with basic canoemanship on moving water, learned how to set up and take down camp, proper fire wood selection, knots and uses of, cooking over an open fire and much more. The St. Croix River is a great option for groups of all sizes with no previous experience with 4 or 5 days being the best duration.