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Travel Directions to Magic Falls

Maine White Water Rafting Location in West Forks

DO NOT USE YOUR MOBILE GPS TO LOCATE MAGIC FALLS!!!

Too many guests have programmed 38 Dead River Road, West Forks, Maine into their systems and have ended their journey in the middle of no-where on the back side of Bigelow Mountain.  Don't become a statistic or brunt of a classic GPS joke.  Follow the driving instructions on your confirmation or call for directions.

If you are crossing from Canada here are useful links

http://www.usborder.com/border-crossings/me/jackman-armstrong/

http://www.usborder.com/border-crossings/me/houlton-richmond-corner/ 

To Get to the Base Camp

From Points South:
Take I-95 North. Get off at Exit 133 (formerly 36) - Take Route 201 North for approximately 66 miles. The Base Camp will be on the left, across the bridge.

From the Bangor Area:
Take I-95 South to Newport , Exit 157 (formerly 39) - Take Route 2 West to Skowhegan. Take Route 201 North for approximately 46 miles. The Base Camp will be on the left, across the bridge.

 

"Thank you for a fabulous weekend! The lodge was super. The raft ride was thrilling! The food after ride was excellent! 5 stars all around! Great job and I hope to make it back up there again."
Melody, June 2020

"Place is awesome. Clean, safe and fun. staff is friendly. BBQ afterward was really nice. Stay in the lodge. It's clean, comfortable and affordable."
Sandra A, July 2019

"The entire family said this was something they want to do again, and we'll be using this company again to do it. Very family friendly and fun for everyone.

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Elizabeth, Sept 20

"The best way ever to celebrate my 66th birthday!! I will be back for 67th!!"
Ferina, New York

Maine White Water Report [Updated 10/11/2021]

Kennebec River

Last day of season October 10
See you in May 2022

Any published flows are approximate and forecasts are estimates only. Actual flows will vary and can change quickly at any time. Always be alert and wear an approved flotation device. Never go in or near the water until you know and accept the risks you are assuming by being in this area.

Dead River

Final Release was Oct. 2, 2021
See you in May 2022

The Dead is the longest, continuous stretch of Class III-V whitewater in the East. Always use caution when recreating on or near dammed waters as water levels could change without notice.