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Old 10-06-2013, 10:44 PM   #1
riverain
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Question scenic river sections with class I-II and overnight camping spots?

Hi all,

My bf and I enjoyed our first canoe-camping visit to the Adirondacks in July so much that we are planning to go back next July. On our first trip, we canoe camped on Indian Lake and on Lower Saranac Lake. The experience was amazing but we discovered on Indian Lake that we don't want to be around power boats, our dog was terrified by the speed/noise. Also, I am lazy and like moving water so I can do less work.

So, after we returned to Maryland, my bf exchanged our canoe for one with more rocker and we have been paddling the class I-II sections of the Potomac River. Next July, we would really love to return to the Adirondacks and canoe camp along some scenic rivers with class I-II sections. I'd love to hear what sections people enjoy (and are still running at the end of July). Less populated sections would be a bonus! We are friendly, but not really sociable.

Thanks!
Michelle

Last edited by riverain; 10-06-2013 at 10:47 PM.. Reason: typos
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