Archives for category: Maine Wildlife

Another guided and outfitted canoe trip with  Canoe the Wild on the St. Croix River, three days and two nights. Up next, is our five & three day (back to back) St. Croix River canoe trips followed by four Allagash canoe trips….we’ve still got room for five on our six day Allagash canoe trip, August 16-21. check out our 2019 summer schedule click here

 

Our 5th canoe trip this month! this one guided by Tammi Matula. and Andrew Gibbs. The Allagash is our number one trip for spotting moose and other wildlife. Makes for a great Maine family vacation, choose 4 to 8 days, part or the entire wilderness waterway. Pictures taken by Tammi Matula. click here for Canoe the Wild’s 2019 schedule.

Custom Maine Family canoe trip with the Maxcy family on the Allagash River. A quality time  without the every day distractions experienced back home. Instead of cell phones ringing….loons cried! No motorized sounds, just the sucking sound of paddles working up swirls of water with each stroke. The crackling of the fire signaled a hot drink or meal being cooked. The sound of this wilderness place was refreshing.

Pictures of our Six day Allagash canoe trip, June 23-28, from Churchill Lake to Allagash Village, 62 miles. Maine is a top destination for canoe trips. the Allagash is best for seeing wildlife including moose viewing. Late August is open for an Allagash Canoe Trip this year or visit Canoe the Wild 2018 schedule to do this next summer.

 

 

 

“Thanks for everything, the trip was GREAT!…more than expected”.  Jim Tinkham

“Just wanted to thank you again for a great time! I have talked to my wife, son and his wife and will be in touch to schedule a trip for the 4 of us”. David Van Patten

“Thank you! What an absolutely fantastic trip. Pictures are terrific. I’d like to talk with you about a trip for somewhere between 5-11 of our college classmates”.  Jim Murray

May 2014, Eight day Allagash canoe trip  in Maine from Indian Stream to Allagash Village. We had great weather, good water, no bugs, saw lots of wildlife and viewed artifacts from the early logging days. Life long friends Jim, Jim and David got together and booked the trip with Dave Conley of Canoe the Wild.