Twin Pine Camps at New England Outdoor Center

Fire Rd 20d, Millinocket, Maine, 04462, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on Fire Rd 20d, Millinocket, is near Mainely Photos Moose & Photo Tours, Katahdin Nordic Center, Serenity Salon & Day Spa, and Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Twin Pine Camps at New England Outdoor Center Millinocket

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    Travel Blogs from Millinocket

    Majestic Mt. Katahdin!

    A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Aug 02, 2014

    26 photos

    ... the boulder field was a ***** (please excuse my language) but it seriously was miserable. We passed all of these eager, happy faces and the best we could do was grumble that they still had a ways to the top but trek down may not be worth it. About 20 minutes in, my already horrible knees decided to cave in to beating they were taking. I was stricken with pain and no where near the bottom. This slowed our decent a bit until we felt the cold air from the storm breathing down ...

    Mount Katahdin

    A travel blog entry by georgestrick on Jul 22, 2013

    ... own campfire which the campers got going, and then had my first ever s'mores over) and headed over to the start of the trail. The complete trail is 5.5 miles to the summit (and then 5.5 miles back), but I don't think that took gradient into account because it took us pretty much exactly 11 hours to do the round trip (we had to sign in and out of the trail at a couple of check points...checked in at 7.41 am, checked ...

    Baxter State Park, Maine

    A travel blog entry by lounik on Jul 01, 2013

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... a forbidden ride down the infamous Golden Road.. a 90 mi private stretch owned by the Great Northern Paper all felt very ominous & i kept a watchful eye for log-laden trucks and brawny lumberjack..


    Monson, ME

    A travel blog entry by rblaine89 on Jul 05, 2012

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... of the 100 mile wilderness and into Monson for the 4th of July. It was no easy task, even after we hiked two 17 mile days over rugged mountainous terrain. We underestimated the trail difficulty, and both nights ended up hiking into darkness and rain, using our headlamps to guide us. On the day of the 4th, we had a 15 mile hike into town, but were too worn out to make it at a reasonable hour. We stayed at a shelter 3 miles from town, and did not hear a single ...

    100 Mile Wilderness Center

    A travel blog entry by rblaine89 on Jun 30, 2012

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... so it's nice to be able to clean up all the sweat, mud, and mosquito guts after a long day. The trail in this section is pretty remarkable. Most of the time you are hiking along uninhabited lakes and streams. Water is super plentiful here, as i cross streams and creeks dozens of times each day and ford rivers about twice a day. The water is so clear that it looks like it came out of a faucet, so i've been able to drink straight from the stream at ...