Chamberlain Lake Public Reserved Land
Lake upon lake upon waterway equals fun Maine canoeing! Chamberlain Lake Public Reserved Land is comprised of a group of parcels that abut the large lakes forming the southern end of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Canoeists paddling through this section of The Allagash can follow hiking trails up to the top of two low mountains for a fabulous view of the surrounding Chamberlain Lake Public Reserved Land.
A necklace of lakes, ponds, rivers, and occasional rapids, The Allagash Wilderness Waterway winds through northern Maine on its way to the Canadian border. Yet before the Waterway, part of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, changes the direction of your Maine canoeing adventure, take advantage of the opportunity to get a different perspective on the composition of the landscape surrounding the Chamberlain Lake Public Land. Paddlers turned hikers get the best of all worlds as they trade the constantly “looking up” vista of sitting in a canoe for the “looking out” view of sitting on a mountaintop. Once again, Maine demonstrates why it is America’s vacationland with its diverse approach to something as simple as a canoe ride.