Best of 2016: Boating Destinations

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A compilation of 5 Top Boating Destination articles posted in 2016.


Bar Harbor, Maine


Stunning coastal scenery, easy access to Acadia National Park and great food are just a few reasons to call on the famous resort port of Bar Harbor.

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Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts


A welcoming port to mariners since 1620, Plymouth Harbor manages to strike a balance between its past and present.

 

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Newfound Lake, New Hampshire


Set amid the rugged mountains of central New Hampshire, sparkling, pristine Newfound Lake is a boating gem waiting to be discovered.

South Shore on Newfound Lake  Bristol, NH.    ©2015 Karen Bobotas Photographer
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Moosehead Lake, Maine


From fishing to camping, kayaking to rafting, there are so many ways to enjoy the Moosehead Lake Region of north-central Maine that it would take an entire summer to sample them all. We tried to do it in three days.

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Candlewood Lake, Connecticut


Having boated on Candlewood Lake for some 16 years, Brookfield resident Ken Perry has witnessed an evolution in the local boating scene: the boats themselves have changed, and so have the activities. Along with newer, bigger and more colorful boats, Perry has noticed more families spending time on the water engaged in watersports instead of just lounging around.

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