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Royal River Water Trail

Sabbathday Lake to Casco Bay New Gloucester to Yarmouth, ME Phone:

The Royal River flows 26 miles from Sabbathday Lake to Casco Bay and includes more than 100 miles of tributaries. The Royal River Water Trail from Sabbathday Lake to Casco Bay has many public water access points for paddling, swimming, birding, fishing, hunting, picnicking, skating, and hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, and biking on conserved lands and parks.
The water trail is divided into several segments, and each segment has a page by the Royal River Conservation Trust that describes activities and access point, with maps. See below:
Sabbathday Lake to New Gloucester Fairgrounds
New Gloucester Fairgrounds to Intervale Road
Intervale Road to Penney Road
Penney Road to Wescustogo Park
Wescustogo Park to Old Town House Park
Old Town House Park to Royal River Park (Rt. 9 to East Elm St.)
Royal River Park to Yarmouth Town Landing
Estuaries and Bay (Yarmouth Town Landing to Casco Bay)
Chandler Brook & Runaround Pond
colonial pemaquie state historic site
Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site (Fort William Henry)

2 Colonial Pemaquid Drive New Harbor, ME Phone: 207-677-2423

This historic site from the early 1700s has much to enjoy, including an ancient fort, a museum and gift shop, and interpretive programs about Native people and colonial settlers. Located on the Pemaquie River, there is a beach, and visitors may go paddling, motor boating, fishing and sea kayaking. There is a trailered boat launch. See full description of Colonial Pemaquid.
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