Go Your Own Way

Maine’s Kennebec Valley offers easy access to popular outdoor summer activities like camping, whitewater rafting, hiking, paddling, and world-class fishing. While the region's cities and towns offer locally created foods, brews, arts, events, and history.

The region, which includes both Kennebec and Somerset counties, takes its name from the mighty Kennebec River—the true heart of this spectacular area.

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What is camping? Maybe it’s the lack of definition that makes camping so great. Let’s keep the definition simple: A tent or RV on a...more>
Downtowns in Maine are a center of activities, businesses, and entertainment. There’s always a concert to attend, store to explore, an...more>
The Kennebec Valley serves up the kind of fishing that has always been at the top of everyone’s list no matter what they are looking to...more>
There are around 4,000 licensed guides in Maine, most operating as small independent businesses that offer visitors a highly personal and...more>
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With two wildly popular rivers—rides of up to 8,000 cubic feet per second of water—the thrill of rafting here is immeasurable. For more than...more>
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Bossov Ballet Theatre's The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker, A Classic Holiday Tradition, Returns to Waterville

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