Land trust kicks off paddle series with Washington Pond trip June 19

Jun 08, 2018

Waldoboro — The first trip in the Medomak Valley Land Trust’s summer paddle series will be on Washington Pond Tuesday, June 19. The trip will depart at 5 p.m. from the Washington Pond Public Access Area on Route 105, approximately one mile west of Route 220. All canoeists and kayakers are invited to join for a leisurely paddle on the watershed’s largest pond and a major headwater of the Medomak River.

Participants should provide their own boat and life preserver, and paddlers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. This trip is suitable for paddlers of all ages and experience levels.

For more information about this or other upcoming trips, contact MVLT at 832-5570 or info@medomakvalley.org. The trip will take place rain or shine.

To get there from Waldoboro, head north on Route 220 for 12 miles, crossing over Route 17. Turn left on Route 105. In one mile, look for the blue Public Boat Launch sign on the right.

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