Baxter State Parks south entrance is 20 miles from Rip Dam Camps. Boasting world famous Mount Katahdin, it is a great way to spend a day climbing maine's tallest mountain.
Looking for a way to cool off on a hot summer day? Look no further then the ice caves in debsconeag lakes wilderness area.
Spend a day exploring Maine's famous class V rapids of the penobscot. Try a white water rafting trip. Not up for that, look into a river float!
Looking to see all the beautiful colors of fall? Plan a stay at Rip Dam Camps in late September/ early October to see the north Maine woods come alive with the vibrant colors of fall.
Looking to float the upper west branch to the Chesuncook Lake House? Ask us about our canoe rentals and vehicle shuttle service.
Spend a day looking back in time at the Ghost Trains of Chamberlain lake.
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