"Along the Waterfront" piece reporting that the greatest amount of waterborne ac
"Along the Waterfront" piece reporting that the greatest amount of waterborne activity in Maine occurs inland on the state's 3,000 great ponds, totaling nearly a million acres, and on the states 32,000 miles of rivers and streams. Veteran boating editor-writer Dave Gatchell Sr., recommends that the best way to seek out a water retreat is to consult a DeLorme's "Maine Atlas, which pinpoints watercraft put-in sites on seventy detailed maps depicting the state in small segments. Gatchell also recommends "Public Boat Access, which lists some 304 state-sponsored and assisted boat launching sites, the majority of them on inland waters.
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Brown, James P., ""Along the Waterfront" piece reporting that the greatest amount of waterborne ac" (1994). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1660.
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