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Duck Lake Public Reserved Land

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Duck Lake

Duck Lake Public Reserved Land, Maine

We all know that water makes the world go round, but you won’t truly believe it unless you visit Duck Lake Public Reserved Land, where you’ll find 27,000 acres of streams, ponds, lakes, waterfalls, Read more...
We all know that water makes the world go round, but you won’t truly believe it unless you visit Duck Lake Public Reserved Land, where you’ll find 27,000 acres of streams, ponds, lakes, waterfalls, wetlands, and bogs. Slide your kayak into the water and meander from lake to stream to river. Pitch your tent on a bed of soft pine needles surrounded by blueberry bushes. Hike the network of trails that meander around, over, and between the waterways, and don’t forget to cool off in the cold, northern water. This is great habitat for moose, deer, and bear, so have your camera ready for action. Grab your bug spray and get out on the water in this semi-remote wilderness preserve.
Duck Lake Campground
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