I missed my spring camping trip this year due to COVID-19, so I was bound and determined to do something this fall. Last weekend I got out for a three-day (two-night) trip on the border of NH and ME (yes, out of staters got COVID tested). We paddled down the Magalloway River from Wilson’s Mills to Lake Umbagog, across the upper end of Lake Umbagog to the Rapid River, and then back across Lake Umbagog and down the Androscoggin River to Errol. The trip was dictated by the availability of campsites. The State of NH campsites are closed, but we were able to book the Northern Waters sites on the Magalloway (Diamond Peaks) and Rapid River (Cedar Stump). Weather was beautiful, the foliage was great, and we had the place pretty much to ourselves. The only problem was that it didn’t last long enough.
Few pictures here:
Full trip report if you are interested: