Date(s) - Sun, Sep 16, 2018
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
CANOE/KAYAK LITTLE SEBAGO LAKE (dog-free)
A flotilla of dog-free canoeists and kayakers will explore the islands of Little Sebago’s Middle Bay.
Little Sebago Lake is one of the most pleasant places to paddle in southern Maine, but the only official boat launch is horrendously crowded in midsummer — hence this mid-September trip.
We’ll explore the dozen or so islands in the Middle Bay, stopping on one great little island for lunch. Plenty of swimming stops too.
Trip is suitable for canoes, kayaks (rec boats are fine) and dories. Bring paddles, PFDs, drinking water, lunch, sunscreen, bug spray and any other accessories for a sunny September day.
Trip is show-and-go. No advance reservations needed. No quota. No vetting. No mothering. No whining. No dogs.
Meet at the put-in at 10:00 a.m. The put-in (official state boat ramp) is reached from Route 302 in Windham. It is marked on the DeLorme Atlas and Gazetteer Map 5, Sector C-2. The approach is via Angler’s Way (just past Bob’s Seafood as you head north out of North Windham). Follow signs to boat launch from there.
Don’t be left high and dry. Leader has extra boats for wannabe boat-less people. (Must make arrangements in advance for this.) Contact Scott Andrews, 773-9609 (home/office/machine) or 776-4273 (cellphone, sometimes on) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. If needed, please contact leader directly; the “email event creator” button won’t do it.
We’ll stop at the Dugout ice cream shop after take-out.
Event Creator Details
- Name : Scott