Maine's Kennebec Valley

Maine's Kennebec Valley region straddles the Kennebec River through the state's center, and its vast, unspoiled places define it.

Spring has arrived in the Kennebec Valley. With it comes the sap run. Being the largest producing county (Somerset) of maple products in North America has its perks: Real Maine Maple syrup, candies, mustards, drops...maple mania. Plus, fishing season starts, trails begin to open up to hikers, and ice out means paddling.

Make a plan to go your own way any time of year in Maine's Kennebec Valley.

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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>
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>
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>
Generations of visitors have passed along the message of relaxation, rejuvenation and recreation in Belgrade Lakes area. The wholesome,...more>
A spot on the river offering fun for all. Fly-fishing, riverside hiking and camping, biking on the road and off, excellent paddling and the...more>
Waterville is a epicenter for culture and the arts here in Maine's Kennebec Valley. Visit the beautiful Colby campus to stroll along its...more>

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