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Kayaking on Spruce Creek - in Kittery Point ME

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  Put in at town dock on Bellamy
  Lane in Kittery Point ME.
Paddle east then north
  under Route 103 bridge.
Paddle up into Spruce
  Creek and return.
Estimated round trip
  distance = 6+ miles
  Alternate informal put in for
  a one-way trip to town dock.
Best to start paddle 1 to 2
  hours before high tide.
Paid parking on Pepperrell
  Road for non-residents.
Fort McClary
  State Park

Disclaimer: It is your responsibility to determine the legality, suitability and safety of this route for yourself.

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At the town dock at Bellamy Lane in Kittery Point ME.
Pictures taken on a rainy June day in 2015.

The parking area next to the boat ramp are for Kittery Point town residents only.

The boat ramp into Piscataqua River on Bellamy Lane in Kittery Point.

Just west of the town dock on Route 103 is the Fort McClary State Historic Site.

At the Route 103 bridge over Spruce Creek in Kittery Maine.

Looking north on Spruce Creek fromt he east side of the Route 103 bridge.

Looking south on Spruce Creek from the east side of the Route 103 bridge.

On the left half of the picture is Route 1 over Spruce Creek in Kittery, Maine.
Notice the water flowing out of the culvert into the receding Spruce Creek below Route 1.
In the foreground is also a doable informal put in to Spruce Creek for a one-way downstream trip to the town dock.

Spruce Creek viewed from the informal put in at Route 1 in Kittery, ME.