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Street: PO Box 396
City/State: Millinocket, ME
Phone: 207-723-9215
Email: bscanlin1@yahoo.com
Company Info: On Ripogenous/Chesuncook Lake with 5 primitive cabins & many RV or primitive campsites.  Shuttle service to many locations on the West Branch of the Penobscot River Corridor.  Canoe & Kayak rentals available.  Over 9,000 acres of Privately owned land for Guided Hunts Only for Bear, Moose, Deer, and Grouse.
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Street: 928 Allagash Rd 04774
City/State: Allagash, ME
Phone: (207) 398-3418
Email: allaguide@gmail.com
Company Info: Successfully been in business for over 40 years.
Year-round lodging, with all the amenities of home.

We offer several services for canoeing the Allagash and St. John Rivers:
• Transportation
• Vehicle shuttles
• Canoe and gear rentals
• Trip planning
• Guide for you trip for the best experience on the water!

In the fall we offer many services like lodging and guiding for the following:
• Bear
• Moose
• Upland Game
• Deer
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Street: 155 Greenville Road
City/State: Shirley, ME
Phone: (207) 695-0151
Email: info@northeastwhitewater.com
Company Info: Northeast Whitewater is your adventure destination with on-site wilderness camping and your jumping off point for Kennebec and Penobscot river whitewater rafting located in the heart of moose country. Adventures for all ages and abilities from rafting, kayaking, canoeing, moose watching, birding, paddleboarding, and hiking. Achieve outdoor educational pursuits through guided interpretation in eco-tours, on water trips, wildlife and moose watching at Northeast Whitewater Lodge, Campground & Guide Service at Moosehead Lake
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Street: 485 Chewonki Neck Rd
City/State: Wiscasset, ME
Phone: (207) 882-7323
Email: info@chewonki.org
Company Info: The Chewonki Foundation owns Big Eddy Campground located on the West Branch of the Penobscot River in T3R11.  Situated just outside Baxter State Park, Big Eddy is considered a world-class site for Landlocked Salmon and has been a destination for fishermen for at least 100 years. The road to Big Eddy is equally stirring. Just beyond Millinocket, the grand Katahdin Range looms on the horizon, and the summits of Doubletop, The Owl, the Brothers, and Mt. O-J-I are all visible on a clear day. It is still possible to see more Moose than cars on an early-morning drive on the Golden Road. Then there’s the river itself, a dark constant cutting through the region’s geology and culture. Big Eddy remains one of those rare places that seem unchanged by time. Join us for an experience in one of the most spectacular places in New England!