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The Penobscot River Corridor is a state park and recreation area in Greenville, Maine. It is one of the only two waterways that are designated as a part of the Maine State Park system and is where folks go when looking to getting in touch with nature.

Situated in the very heart of Maine?s undeveloped and forested land, the Penobscot River Corridor is perfect for those looking for a place to enjoy remote canoe trips, whitewater rafting, and fishing excursions. The site is also a part of the noted Northern Forest Canoe Trail which runs 740 miles long through New Hampshire, Maine, New York, Vermont, and Quebec. It offers one-of-a-kind opportunities for recreation.

Aside from spending time on the water, visitors of the Penobscot River Corridor can also enjoy camping and wildlife viewing at the site.
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