Another Paddlers’ Trail Campsite on the Upper Connecticut River

Friday, February 25th, 2011

Located in Brunswick on the Upper Connecticut River, the Maine Central Railroad Trestle Campsite is now permanently protected for public access.  The easement on this parcel was donated to VRC by Mary and Bruce Sloat.  Located along the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, this campsite, improved with a picnic table and outhouse, looks out on a beautiful granite bridge abutment situated in the middle of the river channel.  Accessible only from the river, the campsite is located about seven miles south of the DeBanville Landing in Bloomfield.

Landing Beach

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