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Put your kayak in at Bog Bridge on Route #105, paddle to the many public shores and preserves along the lake. Stop and swim at Barrett's Cove just off of Route 52, then cross the road and hike the incredibly scenic Maiden's Cliff trail.
There are several places to put in a kayak or paddle board on beautiful Megunticook Lake. It's one of my favorite spots.
On the southern end is Barrett’s cove- a sand beach that’s great for kids. Across rte 52 is Maiden Cliffs trailhead- probably my favorite hike in the area. A short steep trail takes you into big granite ledges with views inland over the lake and the southern coastline. Gorgeous.
Hike above the lake for amazing views ( Maiden's Cliff, for one) swim, boat in the fresh clear water. When we go boating on the lase we stay out exploring for hours. So fun to see the islands and all the little ( and big) lakeside camps. In Maine a home on a lake is a camp, on the ocean we call it a…
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