Photo: Ken Woisard
Photo: Ken Woisard

Trip length: X miles

Sample Text from Downeast Coastal Conservancy

Reynolds Marsh Hand Carry and Orange River Landing Hand Launch provide water access for canoes and kayaks. They are close enough to offer an easy one-way or round-trip paddle between them. Orange River Landing is about 2.5 miles downstream from Reynolds Marsh Overlook. Several day-use sites are ideal pullouts to stop for lunch or to watch for wildlife.

Please note that the Orange River is dammed to provide optimal habitat. Paddlers should expect higher water in the spring and early summer and lower water levels in late summer and fall. The beavers are quite active on the Orange River and their dams may span the width of the waterway at times.

The Estey Mountain hiking trail is relatively easy with a short steep pitch at the end. Access the trail by paddling to the trailhead shown on the map.