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Coos Canyon

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Coos Canyon

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Seaplane Fly & Dine Rangeley Maine
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Seaplane Fly & Dine Rangeley Maine

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Picturesque seaplane tour to Bosebuck Mountain Camps, Grant's Kennebago Camps or Tim Pond Camps for a delicious dinner. Along your route of flight, your pilot will point out points of interest and wildlife. Keep your eyes out for Moose!
$199.00 per adult
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Mainewanderlust wrote a review Sep 2020
Paris, Maine292 contributions18 helpful votes
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Nice place ! Great place to explore ! Too much noise from four wheelers . It’s become over run with them there. I like the store .
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Miknamrok wrote a review Sep 2020
Cornish Maine143 contributions26 helpful votes
Way back in the olden days when this place didn't have anything built on it or near it it was probably a sacred spot of native people. (conjecture) The gorge is undeniably beautiful. We drove a long way today thinking we would walk through the woods to get there and have a peaceful picnic at the water's edge. It is right off a very busy road, crowded with picnicing famiies and swimming children which was wholesome enough, but the obknoxous roar of ATV vehicles was constant. We walked around a little, had our picnic and left. The place had the potential of being a restorative place of beauty but it was just too crowded and had no peacefulness. If you like to climb on rocks you'd probably love it. The waterhole looked clean and fun to play in. I was looking for something different and felt disappointed. If you're looking for fun and ATV trails you'll probably enjoy it. If you want nature's grandeur in silence don't come here. I don't like loud exciting places but some people do. So hence the review.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jeremy L wrote a review Aug 2020
Montpelier, Vermont105 contributions9 helpful votes
I first visited Coos Canyon about 30 years ago. It has remained one of my favorite places on earth, and I've driven considerable distances to visit on several occasions. Great swimming, great for photos, wonderful picnic spot, and always kind people.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Diane F wrote a review Jul 2020
Putnam, Connecticut5 contributions1 helpful vote
So many loud, obnoxious campers here, playing loud Rap music all night long, shooting off fireworks, yelling, with no consideration whatsoever for other campers. The campground management does nothing to manage or control the situation. Quiet hours are a joke. In addition, there is a huge logging operation ongoing opposite the campground. Loud logging trucks travel right next to the campground starting at 3 am! Avoid this place at all costs!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Emily F wrote a review Jun 2020
10 contributions2 helpful votes
This spot is beautiful and so much fun to explore. We did a 5 waterfall day trip (Snow Falls, Screw Auger, Rumford Falls, Coos Canyon, and Smalls Falls) and this was my favorite spot! We took beautiful pictures here and climbed around the rocks. The water was low so it felt safe to do so, although I don't know that it is always safe, use good judgment. It looked like you could go swimming in part of it. The park was small but well maintained. Even my cousin's wheelchair got around the area without much assistance (there was a part that she needed assistance over some uneven terrain). Definitely go to the bridge and take pictures, it is a gorgeous view.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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