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Flagstaff Scenic Boat Tours

I offer two different tours on Flagstaff Lake, the largest undeveloped lake in Maine. Both tours follow the magnificent Bigelow Mountain Range and Preserve. I use a quiet, comfortable 22 ft. pontoon boat. The first tour is 2 1/2 hours long and is a 35-mile round trip. I talk about the creation of the lake and the villages and farms that were covered by water when Flagstaff Lake was formed. The second tour is a luncheon cruise to the Maine Huts and Trails Flagstaff Lodge. This tour is 4 1/2 hours long and is a 50-mile round trip. Full and 1/2 day cruises are available. Tours are scheduled by reservation and leave from either the boat access in Stratton or at The Cathedral Pines Campground in Eustis. I also offer drop off and pick up at remote locations around the lake.

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