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The Kennebec & Moose River Valley offers visitors a diverse landscape and a variety of transportation options to suit their needs. Enjoy views of this area's rugged mountain terrain by air, or cycle around pristine lakes sparkling in the sun.

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Air Travel

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Augusta State Airport (AUG)

Located in Maine’s capital city, Augusta State Airport offers regularly scheduled daily passenger service to and from Boston, as well Bar Harbor on weekends.

Website | 207-626-2306 or 207-623-7527

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Central Maine Airport of Norridgewock (KOWK)

The Kennebec Valley has strong agricultural traditions. Many of these can be viewed at the Skowhegan State Fair, one of the oldest agricultural fairs in the nation, an annual event since 1819. At the other end of the spectrum, the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardener's Association is hard at work creating a new, million dollar fairgrounds in Unity for its annual Common Ground Country Fair, a three-day event drawing over 60,000 people. There are many Farmer's Markets in the region, and farms raising everything from traditional dairy products to medicinal herbs.

Website | 207-634-5351

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Lakeside Marina (Winthrop)

Located on 5,000-acre Cobbosseecontee Lake, Lakeside Marina Seaplane Base serves East Winthrop and Kennebec County. Cobbosseecontee Lakes also is home to Maine's only freshwater lighthouse - "Lady's Delight Lighthouse."

207-395-6741

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Maine Instrument Flight

Maine Instrument Flight flies to over 5,000 airports in the United States. They offers charter service from the Augusta State Airport.

Website | 207-622-1211 | 1-888-MIF-FLYS

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Moose River Seaplane Base (Jackman)

The Moose River Seaplane Base is located on the Moose River in Jackman at the outlet of Big Wood Pond. Landing lanes for the seaplane base are in Big Wood Pond with a short taxi to docks on the river that offer limited tie down space. Note: Find the seaplane base Web page under "Other Amenities."

Website | 207-668-3301

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Pittsfield Municipal Airport and Curtis Field

Located in Central Maine, the Pittsfield Municipal Airport is a full-service general aviation airport with hangers, tie-downs, Fixed Base Operator Lounge, airplane maintenance and fuel services.

Website | 207-487-3136 | Curtis Air: 207-487-5213

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Biking

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Kennebec & Moose River Valley by Bike

Cyclists will enjoy exploring this region's outdoor recreation offerings, including biking, hiking, canoeing, whitewater rafting and fishing. For those interested in history and culture, a trip to the state's capital, Augusta, is a must.

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Bus Transportation

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BusBank

The BusBank is a nationwide charter bus service that is able to offer a wide variety of options from mini bus service to full size coach buses. The BusBank can handle groups from 15 passengers up to large events of tens of thousands. The BusBank services all regions of Maine.

Website | 1-866-428-7226

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Community Concepts Inc (CCI)

A private, non-profit corporation that provides alternative door-to-door specialized transportation on a demand response basis in Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford Counties.

Website | 207-743-7716

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Custom Coach and Limousine

Custom Coach and Limousine's fleet consists of executive sedans, vans, stretch limousines, SUVs, mini coaches, school buses, 29, 49 and 57 passenger Motorcoaches and our all new 20 passenger Limousine-Party Coach.

Website | 1-800-585-3589

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GO Maine Commuter Connections

This free commuter assistance program provides services to commuters who live, work, or travel throughout the State of Maine. Emergency Ride Home Guarantee.

Website | 1-800-280-RIDE (7433)

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Kennebec Valley Community Action Program (KVCAP)

KV Transit: Provides public fixed-route bus service in Augusta, Hallowell, Farmingdale, Gardiner, Waterville and Fairfield. KV Van: Provides demand response, door-to-door paratransit van and volunteer driver transportation program. Eligibility requirements may apply.

Website | 207-622-4761

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Maine Charter Bus Rental Services - US Coachway Inc.

US Coachway Inc. offers charter bus service nationally and throughout Maine.

Website | 1-800-359-5991

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Northeast Charter & Tour

Northeast Charter & Tour Co., Inc. offers extensive passenger transportation services, ranging from passenger vans for airport shuttle service, minibus, to a full 56-passenger charter bus.

Website | 1-888-593-6328

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VIP Charter Coach

Established in 1985, V.I.P. specializes in motorcoach tours and charters of all kinds serving the United States and Canada. VIP also services USM Portland-Gorham.

Website | 207-772-4457

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Car & Driving

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Community Concepts Inc (CCI)

A private, non-profit corporation that provides alternative door-to-door specialized transportation on a demand response basis in Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford Counties.

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Explore Maine by Car

Sometimes, the only way to get to your destination is by car. In fact, some of the most beautiful and remote areas of the state can only be reached by driving. Make the most of the ride by traveling along one of many scenic byways that wind through the state. And if you need directions or lodging along the way, checkout our information on Maine's Visitor Information Centers.

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Kennebec & Moose River Valley Scenic Byways

Visitors flock to this region known for its outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities, including biking, hiking, canoeing, whitewater rafting and fishing.

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Ferry Service

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Train Travel

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