The State of Maine is filled with natural wonders.  Within the state's 35,000 square miles we have thick forests, rolling fields, rocky mountains, and rugged coastline.  We even have a desert!

And, yes, we have dozens of rivers snaking their way through the state.

The Longest Rivers In Maine

Just like our ponds and lakes, the size of our rivers vary greatly.  We have many very short rivers, like the 3 mile long Benjamin River and the 8 mile long Englishman River.  We also have several medium length rivers.  The 35 mile long Meduxnekeag River, for example.

Then, we have the big boy rivers.  The Mighty Kennebec River and the Androscoggin River.

We've put together a list of some of the longest rivers in Maine.

The Longest Rivers In Maine

Check out this list of the longest rivers in the State of Maine. This data comes from Wikipedia

As you can see, the title for longest river in Maine is up for debate.  It all depends on whether or not you are okay with the river being partially in other states.

What are your thoughts?  Do you boat or fish on any of these rivers?  Let us know by sending us a message through our app or on Facebook.

9 Majestic Maine Lakes

One of the things that attracts boaters, fishermen, nature lovers, and outdoor adventurers to the State of Maine are our majestic lakes and ponds. The state has close to 100 decent sized lakes and thousands of much smaller lakes and ponds. We have selected 9 of the most striking lakes for our list.

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