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Four days and three night Allagash canoe trip. We spotted 6 moose. Allagash canoe trips  with Canoe the Wild make for a great short Maine family vacation. Many Fly into Bangor or Portland and rent a car spending 3 days at the coast at Acadia National Park  near Bar Harbor or in the Boothbay Harbor region taking part in Maine coast boat cruise, lobster bake and visiting the Mid Coast botanical Gardens before or after the canoe trip for a total of 8 or 9 days vacationing in Maine. Next available Allagash canoe trips are in 2019

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Looking for adventure while vacationing in Maine this summer? How about Canoe camping with kids on Maine’s Allagash and St. Croix Rivers? Pictured here is the Kellner family on a recent memorial day weekend Allagash canoe trip. Kids thrive in the outdoors as they explore, play, learn new skills and tire themselves out while having so much fun!  Plan your Maine summer vacation that is experiential in nature and your kids will love it! Canoe the wild provides friendly competent Maine guides, all necessary equipment, meals and instruction as needed. Visit our 2018 summer schedule to view 3 to 6 day options. Contact Canoe the Wild to discuss your desired trip.

Planning on vacationing in Maine this summer? Looking for some adventure for your family or group? Here is a great Maine summer vacation idea for exploring Maine while traveling in the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. Canoeing on the East Branch of the Penobscot River, 3 days from Matagamon Lake to Whetstone Falls. Trip involves paddling several class II rapids and portaging around Haskell, Pond, Grand, and Hulling Machine Falls. Canoe the Wild offers this trip fully outfitted and guided for your family or group. All you will need is a few changes of clothing and and sleeping bag, and we’ll take care of the rest including having your vehicle moved to the takeout location. while no previous experience is necessary while on this guided canoe trip, being in good physical condition is important.  Contact Canoe the Wild to plan your next Maine summer outing.