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We stopped into Barrett's Cove Public Beach on our recent trip. While it was too cold to swim when we were there I could see this being a great spot in summer to hang out all day and swim, canoe or kayak. There are tables...More
As with any great view...one must hike up hill. Might not be a great hike for someone who struggles with steep inclines. However, I have to say the view is worth the climb! Breath taking views from the Maiden Cliffs Trail !
The trail is named for a 12-year-old girl who was blown off the cliff to her death while reaching for her hat in the wind in 1854. This explains the impressive cross at the peak - overlooking Megunticook Lake. This is an easy-to-moderate hike of...More
This is our favorite destination for swimming, kayaking, and paddle boarding. The lake is very clean and so wonderful to cool down in on a warm summer day. There are numerous islands making some wonderful kayak adventures. You will always find loons and bald eagles....More
We arrived at Little Fang Island by boat. It's a tiny island, barely capable of holding the small cottage that had been built here in 1945. Rocky coves, beautiful clean and clear waters to explore. With net in hand I watched my son navigate the...More
A sparkling water path built out of bits and pieces.
The whole that is much more than the parts or so I was told
40 years ago. Bordered by lots and lots of public access
and beautiful old summer places that are a separate part...More
Tried a new spot today at Barrett's Cove I would say it was a nice spot to float at if you're not scared of swimming with the fishes. They had some huge trout I think in there. The water has sand but major debris underfoot...More