Fundy-Acadia has many locations ideal for biking and sea kayaking - for all levels of skill and experience.

Kayaking Trails & Tours

Biking events

The Maine Island Trail is a 375-mile recreational waterway that spans the entire coast of Maine. America’s oldest recreational water trail, it connects over 200 island and mainland sites open for day visits or overnight camping while traversing a variety of natural settings from sandy beaches and quiet bays to saltwater rivers and bold shores. Trail properties are owned by an assortment of private landowners, conservation organizations, and federal, state and municipal agencies, all of whom generously make their land available to visitors in exchange for the promise of respectful use and careful stewardship.

Founded in 2012, BikeMaine is organized by the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, an advocacy group made up of the state’s most experienced cyclists and cycling event planners. The event was founded to promote the state as a bicycling destination and to use cycling as an economic development tool for local communities. The inaugural BikeMaine event was held in September 2013 and attracted 251 riders from 37 states and Canadian provinces and generated an estimated $235,000 in direct economic impact.  In 2016, the BikeMaine event is traveling the Bold Coast from Winter Harbor to Eastport and Lubec.

Bike Trails & Tours

Information on biking throughout New Brunswick can be found here.

Information on biking throughout New Brunswick can be found here.

Explore Maine by Bike is a website supported by the Maine Department of Transportation with downloadable maps and other information.

Explore Maine by Bike is a website supported by the Maine Department of Transportation with downloadable maps and other information.

Featured Kayaking Tours

Seascape Kayak Tours, Richardson, Deer Island, New Brunswick

Seascape Kayak Tours, Richardson, Deer Island, New Brunswick

Maine State Kayak Tours, Mount Desert Island, Maine

Maine State Kayak Tours, Mount Desert Island, Maine