On the Water in Maine
It’s impossible to not feel overcome by the majesty of Maine’s waterways. The rushing streams, meandering rivers, pristine lakes and regal shores of Maine beckon at every glimpse. The waters of Maine will call you. But how you answer that call, well, that’s up to you.
- Surf the 6-foot-tall waves of Old Orchard Beach, where you might just see Maine Insider Barry Tripp carving and smiling from ear to ear.
- Kayak or canoe Maine’s lakes and brave the rapids of our rivers. Perhaps you’ll run into a fun-loving Mainer like Bronwyn Potthoff, who can tell you the best spots to put your paddle in the water. A Registered Maine Guide like Steve Vose can guide you along the calm waters of Moosehead Lake, Maine’s largest lake, to find adventure, discovery, and beautiful trout at the end of your line.
- Jump on one of Portland’s ferries to visit Casco Bay’s many islands and historic lighthouses. Then sail out to sea on a magnificent schooner and be regaled by tails from old hands like Captain Barry King.