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Rocky Mountain Trail

  When was the last time you got out in nature a bit? Rocky Mountain Trail in Aroostook County, Maine is a good choice. With so many outdoors activities available in Maine you'll never get bored. Soar down the rapids of St. Francis River in a kayak, and if you came for an overnight stay Little Black Check Point is a good spot to camp. Get soaked paddling on Falls Brook, and camping is available at Lakeview Campgrounds. An average amount of rain falls at Rocky
    Mountain Trail. August is when you get the most rain here, and the driest month is February. Summertime highs at Rocky Mountain Trail usually tend to be in the 70's, and through the night it cools down to the 50's. Through the wintertime
the highs are ordinarily in the 10's, and overnight lows all through the winter for Rocky Mountain Trail tend to be in the-10's. 

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These outdoors activities are available near Rocky Mountain Trail.
 Campgrounds Near Rocky Mountain Trail:
Lakeview Campgrounds, Winterville , 11 miles away
Little Black Check Point, Saint Francis , 14 miles away
Round Pond Private Reserve Land, Clayton Lake , 18 miles away
Pelletier's Campground, Saint Francis , 18 miles away
 Whitewater Near Rocky Mountain Trail:
Falls Brook, Aroostook County , 8 miles away, Class II-IV - 9.5 miles long (Falls Pond to St. Francis River)
St. Francis River, Aroostook County , 13 miles away, Class I-III - 22 miles long (Beau Lake to Saint John River)
Big Brook River, Aroostook County , 20 miles away, Class II-III - 15 miles long (Dead Horse Gulch to Allagash River)
Musquacook Stream, Piscataquis County , 25 miles away, Class I-III - 18 miles long (2nd Lake to Allagash River)
 Lakes Near Rocky Mountain Trail
Glazier Lake, Aroostook County , 16 miles away

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