Entries listed under "magalloway river"
Canoe trips can range from several days in the Allagash Wilderness Waterway or on the Androscoggin, Kennebec, or Penobscot Rivers, to pleasant day trips often close to home. Here are few samples of accessible canoeing in Maine. (Click the film … Continue reading
In the 19th century, it was a magnet for summer visitors to Parmachene Lake, a hunting and fishing resort. See photos. The southern end of Aziscohos Lake offers campsites and fishing in the area known as Wilsons Mills. The Aziscohos Dam spills water into the Magalloway River. A 93-foot Covered Bridge, built in 1901 has been closed to traffic since 1985. Continue reading
The Oxford County Township, in northwestern Maine on the New Hampshire border, is just south of Parmachenee Township. It includes and a small north portion of Aziscohos Lake and the bulk of Parmachenee Lake. That lake was home to the … Continue reading