Canoe & Kayak rental & camping at Northern Waters Outfitters in Errol, NH
Trip One - Start at Wilson’s Mills
Day 1: Start at Wilson’s Mills, canoe the Upper Magalloway characterized by beautiful mountain scenery. Camp at our Diamond Peak sites. Explore the Dartmouth Land grant.
Day 2: Canoe through the Magalloway River/ National Wildlife Refuge to Lake Umbagog and onto Cedar Stump tent sites.
Plan Your trip as far in advance as possible as these are premier sites and often booked far ahead.
For a shorter 2 day trip, take out at Umbagog Lake Wildlife Refuge H.Q., 6 miles from Diamond Peak.
Trip Two - Start at Errol Base
Day 1: Start at Errol Base and canoe to our Cedar Stump campsites crossing Lake Umbagog through Umbagog Lake National Wildlife Refuge.
Day 2: Canoe from Cedar Stump to Errol and through the Upper Umbagog Lake National Wildlife Refuge, or spend several days exploring and hiking, fishing, the Rapid River portage trail.
Trip Three - Start at Umbagog Lake Wildlife Refuge
Northen Waters Base and Waterfront Camp Sites
Located along the Errol Rapid near town, a great base to start your trips or stay for a rafting adventure or kayak school. Near town, shopping but secluded from town by the sound of the rapids.
Diamond Peak Campsites on the Magalloway River
Northern Waters has developed wilderness campsites on the Magalloway River, making this beautiful wilderness canoeing river accessible to our customers. This is easy canoeing that is mostly spent in the Umbagog Lake National Wildlife Refuge that extends up the Magalloway River from Umbagog Lake. A highly recommended trip for those looking for wildlife and solitude in a beautiful setting with easy access. The only canoe in campsites on the Magalloway River.
Dartmouth Land Grant
Located just across the river from Diamond Peaks is the Dartmouth Land Grant, a spectacular wilderness sanctuary featuring the Dead Diamond River Gorge, trout fishing and good day hikes with well developed hiking areas and many points of interest. We recommend a day exploring the grant by foot. This is an exceptional day in the Maine woods.
Cedar Stump Wilderness Camp Sites
Campsites Located at the base of the Rapid River, flowing from Lake Richardson to Umbagog Lake, it is a popular destination for trips in the Umbagog Lake National Wildlife Refuge. These sites are located in the heart of the Maine Woods with interesting day hikes available from this base. There is also superior salmon fishing on the Rapid River.
There are many beautiful Umbagog Lake State run campsites on the north end of the lake. Unfortunately, they are in high demand and are booked early in the winter.
Northern Waters will plan trips for our customers reserving the very best state sites possible for a fee of $25.00. We recommend this be done prior to March 15th for best selection.
Call (603) 447 2177
Don’t Feel Like Paddling?
Do you feel like wilderness camping on Umbagog Lake Wildlife Refuge, but don’t feel like paddling? We will drop off your group or pick up for a fee of $75 to $100 one way (Charter entire boat for $300 per hour) . This is the ultimate luxury in wilderness camping.
|Flatwater Canoes $32.00 (Mad River Explorers, Revelations, and Old Town)||Flatwater Touring Kayaks $32.00 (Perception and Old Town)||Whitewater canoes $32.00 (Dagger)|
|Flatwater insurance $ 2.00||Whitewater insurance $ 3.50||Camping $ 12.50 (per person/per day)|
|Pontoon drop offs $175.00 each way||Special Concierge Service for state campsite planning $25.00||Canoe Shuttle Service|
Wilson’s Mills $$40.00 Min $20.00/Boat
Day trips $20.00 Min $20.00/ Boat
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