The Maine Chapter currently does not have a Paddling Committee Chair. If you are interested in becoming involved, please let us know! FMI contact. The chapter does have active paddling leaders so please visit our calendar page for a list of trips. Below is some information on paddling activities in the state.
Not directly affiliated with the Maine AMC Chapter, Knubble Bay Camp and Beal Island, located on the tidal Sasanoa River, are favorite destinations for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Open to the public for rental, the cabin at Knubble Bay Camp and the 64-acres of Beal Island are ideal locations from which to explore the marvels of Mid-Coast Maine. AMC’s Knubble Bay Camp and Beal Island
To view upcoming Paddling Trips (click here)
Whitewater, Flatwater, River Trips
Water Gages and River Flows
AMC Companion Chapter Committees:
Not a complete list of companion chapter paddling committees, these paddling pages have paddling resources (link to water gauges, dam releases).
- Boston Chapter Paddling Committee
- Connecticut Chapter Paddling Committee
- Berkshire (Western Massachusetts) Chapter Paddling Committee
Other Maine Paddling Resources
- Friends of Katahdin Woods and Waters, Three Rivers Paddling Guide (click here)
- History of Maine Canoeing Routes (click here)
- Looking for whitewater trips? Check out the Penobscot Paddle and Chowder Society.
- Maine Rivers information from the US National Park Service (click here).
- Or, try a workshop with Mahoosuc Guide Service
Safety Code of American Whitewater (click here)
Looking to do some Sea Kayaking or need some gear…Don’t forget our discount partners Seaspray Kayaking, Lincoln Canoe and Kayak, and Kittery Trading Post.
Visit the Member Center for more information.
Be sure to check out the calendar for outings with the Maine Chapter.
This page is updated by Phil Coyne, please let me know of any errors or any linked pages that should be added! FMI contact.