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Easy Hiking

Flat area for nice hike to see wildlife. Two or three different paths to choose from that take you... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Janet B
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Quincy, Massachusetts
Great wildlife viewing on a quiet remote river.

This is a great place for flat water kayaking or canoeing. Plenty of opportunities to view... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2016
EGGORHAMNH
,
Gorham, New Hampshire
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This waterway leads into Lake Umbagog.
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5 weeks ago
“Easy Hiking”
16 May 2016
“Great wildlife viewing on a quiet remote river.”
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Errol, NH
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Flat area for nice hike to see wildlife. Two or three different paths to choose from that take you to the same spot.

Thank Janet B
Reviewed 16 May 2016

This is a great place for flat water kayaking or canoeing. Plenty of opportunities to view wildlife (eagles, loons, otters, moose, ducks, etc). Bring a lunch and stop on the shore or the islands for an enjoyable and relaxed time. Great for families.

1  Thank EGGORHAMNH
Reviewed 6 October 2015

Put in at the Rte 16 bridge over the Magalloway River in Wilsons Mills, ME and paddle down to the take out across from Mt. Dustan store for an easy paddle! OR continue on to the take out at the Wildlife Center, or if you're...More

Thank Garym053
Reviewed 24 June 2015

If you like a remote, quiet getaway...this is a great place to visit! We had fun driving around looking for moose, enjoying the scenery and found a nice place to eat!

Thank LynnAndRick
Reviewed 16 August 2012

We went just before dusk, the paddle was calm and peaceful. Saw some birds and a river otter. Nice relaxing way to end the day.

1  Thank JeanCG22860
Reviewed 15 March 2012

I spent a weekend camping in Aug2011 with my sisters and my 10 year old (Girls Camping Trip) in Errol, NH, and kayaking in the Magalloway River was one of our outings. My sisters rented kayaks at LL Cote, a local store and outfitter in...More

4  Thank Holly_in_NH
Reviewed 14 November 2011

There can be few better ways to wile away an hour or two than canoeing along this beautifully unspoilt waterway. A shining gem in a generally ruined world.

3  Thank tonyg428
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