The Androscoggin flows for nearly 170 miles, beginning at Lake Umbagog on the Maine/New Hampshire border, continuing south through northern New Hampshire, heading east through western Maine, then turning south again before joining with the Kennebec in Merrymeeting Bay and emptying into the Atlantic. It has a rich geological and human history. Having once been rated as one of the most polluted rivers in the country, it served as the inspiration for the Clean Water Act and now boasts great fishing, wildlife habitat, and recreation opportunities. The Androscoggin River Watershed Council encourages collaboration among industry, conservation groups, landowners, and other interests to ensure that the Androscoggin continues to be a healthy asset to the communities on its banks and the wildlife it supports.
Join the Androscoggin River Watershed Council to support the work along the River Trail. Click "Become a Member" link.
New Androscoggin River Trail Guide
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Click here for a 2017 tri-fold Source to Sea schedule.
The Androscoggin River Watershed Council is a member of the Bethel Area Nonprofit Collaborative, the Androscoggin River Committee and Maine West.
Thanks to our Source to Sea sponsors.
Maine Community Foundation; Sunday River Community Fund; ReEnergy Holdings, LLC; Verso Corporation; Brookfield; Patriot Renewables; L.L.Bean; TransCanada Corporation; Eagle Creek Renewable Energy; Poland Springs Bottling; The Betterment Fund; Wright Pierce; Otis Federal Credit Union; Mahoosuc Realty; Norway Savings Bank, Bethel Branch; W.J Wheeler; Pleasant River Campground; Town and Country Inn; L. L. Cote; Outdoor Adventure and Campground; Shaker Hill Outdoors; Stony Brook Campground; The Rostay; Good Food Store; Local Hub; Holiday House; Bethel Inn; Sudbury Inn.