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The Kennebec Valley, Something For Everyone Who Visits

Maine’s Kennebec Valley Map

The Kennebec Valley region is the widest north-south stretch of any Maine region, stretching all the way from the Maine state capital of Augusta to the border of the Canadian province of Quebec. Popular year round travel destinations include Jackman and Skowhegan. See the highlighted area on the map on this page for reference.

Snowy Grand Falls Photo Credit Backcountry Expeditions

The Kennebec Valley is a convergence of outdoor splendor and recreational fun splashed with vibrant cultural footprints and rich history. The granddaddy of all Maine regions, the Valley spans from Kennebec County, which includes the buzzing capital city of Augusta, to the mountains, rivers, and lakes of Somerset County, all the way to the Canadian border. Stretching over 5,000 square miles, there is incredible diversity in things to do, places to go, and sights to see. There’s literally something for everyone, making The Kennebec Valley an ideal place to visit!

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Discover The Kennebec Valley Region:

I like fly fishing on the Kennebec River. The ride on Route 201 above Solon is like a ride in the Alps.

–Michael K., Biddeford, ME

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