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Arnold Trail

  Outdoors people generally like this part of Maine. Arnold Trail is located quite a long drive from Berlin but it is a great escape from the city. Cathedral Pines Camping Area is a great local campground, and it's a great idea to explore Massachusetts Bog Stream. In case you donít have a problem getting dripping wet, you can always go whitewater paddling on Kennebago River. If you came for an overnight stay Natanis Point Campground is a great place to camp.
    Dead River - North Branch is a splendid whitewater spot near Arnold Trail, and wonderful water scenery is available at Arnold Pond Inlet Dam near Arnold Trail. Arnold Trail is a wet site that gets a lot of rain. Of all the months
in a year August is the one with the most rain, and February is the month with the least moisture. Through the months of summer at Arnold Trail highs are generally in the 70's. Throughout the moonlight hours it's generally in the 50's. Highs throughout the wintertime are usually in the 20's, and nighttime lows during the wintertime for Arnold Trail tend to be in the-10's. 

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These outdoors activities are available near Arnold Trail.
 Campgrounds Near Arnold Trail:
Natanis Point Campground, Chain of Ponds Township , 6 miles away
Chain of Ponds Private Reserve Land, Eustis , 9 miles away
Cathedral Pines Camping Area, Eustis , 13 miles away
Cupsuptic Campground, Oxford County , 19 miles away
 Whitewater Near Arnold Trail:
Dead River - North Branch, Franklin County , 1 miles away, Class I-III - 19 miles long (Chain Lakes to Eustis)
Kennebago River, Franklin Oxford County , 14 miles away, Class III-IV - 7 miles long (Kennebago Lake to Bridge)
Moose River - South Branch, Franklin County , 16 miles away, Class IV-V - 7 miles long (Peaked Mtn to Skinner)
Magalloway River, Oxford County , 18 miles away, Class I-IV - 8 miles long (Third East Branch to First East Branch)
Magalloway River, Oxford County , 18 miles away, Class V+ - 1 miles long (Parmachenee Lake to Aziscohos Lake)
 Hotels Near Arnold Trail:
The Perennial Inn, Rumford , 43 miles away
Grand Summit Resort Sunday River, Bethel , 46 miles away
The Victoria Inn Bed And Breakfast, Bethel , 48 miles away
Chapman Inn, Bethel , 48 miles away
The Bethel Inn Resort, Bethel , 48 miles away
 Lakes Near Arnold Trail
Round Pond, Franklin County , 6 miles away
Bugeye Pond, Franklin County , 13 miles away
Parmachenee Lake, Oxford County , 18 miles away
Cupsuptic Lake, Oxford County , 19 miles away

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