The River Campground In Maine Where You Can Also Have A Tubing Adventure
Lazy river tubing in Maine is high on the list of outdoor plans for when the weather is nice. Combine that with camping and you’ll have a perfect weekend. But in a place like Maine, you’ve got to plan ahead, most especially for places like Bullfrog Adventures. Try to reserve your spot as early as possible. And get ready for some wonderful camping in a riverside location where you can take one of the best float trips in Maine down the Kennebec River. Here is an incredible campground with river tubing you’ll want to spend some time at:
Have you ever gone lazy river tubing in Maine? Tell us about your experience in the comments! For more ways to enjoy Maine’s river this summer, check out these 9 lazy rivers for tubing in Maine.
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Tubing in Maine
Are there any natural lazy rivers in Maine?
Yes, there are several natural lazy rivers in Maine as well as companies out there that will do all the work for you. Here are a few of those places:
- Three Rivers in West Forks offers tubing, inflatable kayaks, and whitewater rafting along the Kennebec, Dead River, and Seboomook.
- There's plenty of floating to be had on the 109-mile-long Penobscot River. Not only will you stay cool in the water, but you’ll also get some outstanding views of Mount Katahdin, making it one of Maine’s best float trips.
What are the best beaches in Maine?
Some of the best beaches in Maine include the following:
- Wells Beach has not only 1.5 miles of sand to take in ocean views from, but there is also exploration to be found in the dunes, marshes, tidal pools, and seagrass here. There is also nearby access for boats and kayaks.
- On Mount Desert Island in Maine, head to Sand Beach in the 48,000-acre Acadia National Park. While the ocean water here might be a little too chilly for swimming, wading in is perfectly acceptable. And wait until you see the pink sand!
What are the best hikes with a view in Maine?
Known for its gorgeous views and nonstop scenery, you’ll definitely find some beautiful hikes in Maine like the following:
- Located in Brownfield, Burnt Meadow Mountain Trail is a 3.6-mile loop trail rated as moderate. Not only will you be enveloped by gorgeous wildflowers, but you’ll also get a great view of New Hampshire’s 6,288-foot Mount Washington.
- Baxter’s Park’s Knife Edge Trail is certainly not for beginners, but if you have the experience (and courage), the payoff is the 5,269-foot Mount Katahdin, the state’s highest peak. It’s only 1.1 miles, but be aware that this involves lots of loss rocks as you ascend and some steep drop-offs on the sides.