Maine's Kennebec Valley

Taking its name from the Kennebec River, the region stretches from the river's birthplace at Moosehead Lake down beyond the capital at Augusta. Lovers of the outdoors will find prime paddling and fly-fishing spots. Hikers will be amazed at the variety of ways to go. And adventurists will be thrilled with Class IV rapids on the Kennebec and the Dead rivers. Visitors to Waterville, Skowhegan or Augusta will find offbeat excursions and many of the region’s unmatched culinary offerings.

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Featured Stories
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>
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>
With a spectacular near 100-ft. drop Moxie Falls is Maine's highest and most easily accessible waterfall. It can be found only a couple of...more>
As you drive through Maine’s Kennebec Valley, slow down, and stop when it feels right, to enjoy the grand views and stunning scenery you’ll...more>
The Ladies Delight Light, a small lighthouse set on Lake Cobbosseecontee near Manchester, is Maine’s only active inland waters lighthouse....more>
Mt. Kineo has always had an almost magnetic appeal, drawing people through Rockwood and Greenville to its mystically high peak. Today, that...more>

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Events
6/21/19 8/23/19

Johnson Hall's Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series

Johnson Hall's Free Waterfront Concert Series begins June 21st and continues every Friday night...

8/22/19 8/25/19

53rd Blistered Fingers Family Bluegrass Festival

One of New England’s Largest Family Bluegrass Festival! Don’t just hear about it come experience it!...

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