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Megunticook Lake, Camden

#4 of 9 in Parks in Camden
Water Body · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Megunticook Lake is a body of water in Knox County, Maine. Parts of the lake are located in the towns of Camden, Hope and Lincolnville. Covering 1,328 ares (1,429,000 sq ft), it is the largest lake by both area and volume in Knox County. Megunticook Lake is very picturesque with the towering cliffs of Mount Megunticook rising from the east shore. The public can access the lake from improved boat ramps located off route 52 to the east and route 105 along the west shore. The lake also serves as a public water supply for near by towns.
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  • We are privileged to watch the leaves change on this beautiful lake just 5 miles from Camden, ME. We are camped out in a lovely house along the lake and are astonished at the breath-taking views of.....  more »
  • We hiked up Maiden Cliff trail on the advice of a local and were not disappointed. A beautiful view of Megunticook Lake at the top. Looks like a great spot to kayak! A relatively easy hike up and.....  more »
  • Nice lake but shallow in spots with lots of opportunities to destroy a prop. If new to the lake take it slow until you become familiar with it.
  • Beautiful.... Quiet .

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