Medway area: Camping: Pine Woods Campground 4 miles upriver from Medway boat launch is a good place to camp and start paddling the trail. They are canoeist friendly, offer transportation, have tent sites on the river for a fee, and they welcome paddlers to leave
their cars there. The 4 miles from the campground to Medway boat launch are flat water.
Mattawamkeag: Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park and Campground, 207-736-4881, 207-290-0205 email@example.com
Chester/Lincoln area: Eagle Lodge and Camps on Folsom Pond, firstname.lastname@example.org, 207-794-2181
Howland-Passadumkeag area: Merrill Brook Cabins, 732-3115, Diane York email@example.com
Passadumkeag: Point Passadumkeag Cabins and Campground. Barbara Boyer. 207-732-3758, 732-5010. firstname.lastname@example.org
Lincoln: Justin Morse 207-794-2181
Passadumkeag: Mike Boyer: 207-732-3758, 207-732-5010
Old Town: email@example.com fishing guide www.fishguideme.com
Orono: Jim Neville (fishing and recreational guide) 910-467-1529
Milford Motel is on the river, east bank. ~ 9 miles south of Argyle campsite, ~9 miles
north of Penobscot Valley Country Club campsite in Orono (You must pass Indian Island on river left).
174 Main Road, Milford 04461 800-282-3330 Larry and Jayne Zeitlin
Fireside Inn and Suites (by Geaghan's)
Restaurants: Accessible from river
Bradley: Spencer’s Ice Cream. Jack Watkins, 835-1496
77 Main St., Bradley 04411. Located just below Great Works rapids. Short orders and ice cream.
Brewer: East side of Chamberlain Bridge (river left, northern most bridge): High Tide
Just down from it, a boat launch behind the Brewer IGA,
Then Mason’s Brewery.
River right: Sea Dog Restaurant
Second bridge, river right: Geaghan’s Pub and Brewery,
River’s Edge Store, pizza, subs, bakery. 307-7111. Refill water bottles
Eagle’s Nest Restaurant, and 1/10 farther across the road (Rt. 9) to the Airline
Kimberly's Restaurant and Marina (has boat launch)