Aroostook County’s Outdoor Playground: Fish, Paddle, Hike & Bike

FISH 1. Eagle Lake Location:  Eagle Lake Acres:  5,581 Max Depth:  136 feet Access:  Trailered boat launch on Lower Main Street Primary Fishery:  Brook Trout (wild), Landlocked Salmon (stocked & wild), Lake Trout, aka Togue (stocked & wild) 2. Long Lake Location:  St. Agatha Acres:  6,000 Max Depth:  163 feet Access:  Trailered boat launches on … Read more

7 Free Tent & RV Camping Sites in Maine

Maine is full of fantastic campgrounds, but there are also many free places to go camping across the state!  Free campsites don’t have all of the amenities that campgrounds have, but they do offer seclusion and oftentimes incredible views! These campsites are all are on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Be aware that trapping is allowed … Read more

Maine Holiday Gift Guide- Give the Gift of Adventure!

The Gift that Fits Any Size Outdoor Enthusiast Looking for a gift for that outdoor enthusiast on your list who has everything? Looking for something really unique, fun, and comes with lifelong memories? We’ve got the perfect gift for any age or skill level- a trip with a Registered Maine Guide or Master Maine Guide!  … Read more

Check out the 2017 Maine Foliage Report!

2017 Maine Foliage Fall is here in Maine and what better time to grab your camera and explore the wild, scenic beauty of the state!  This is a great time of year to go hiking, camping, paddling, biking or take a road trip and enjoy the colorful scenery as the leaves change across the state. … Read more

Debsconeag Lake Wilderness Area: Explore the Ice Cave! [with Driving Directions]

An Incredible Natural Wonder I took some time this past weekend to head north and spend some time in the shadows of Katahdin Mountain.  My first adventure took me to the Debsconeag Ice Cave, which is definitely worth the trip!  This is a moderate hike and takes just about half an hour to hike once … Read more

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