Flat Water Paddling in Portland, ME

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  1. Paddle along Maine's largest salt marsh and explore the 3,100 acre estuary known as the Scarborough Marsh.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    9.8 miles
    Duration
    You can take as short or long as you want, as long as you are back by 5, but an hour and a half is plenty to see a good chunk of the marsh.
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