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  1. Just received the "Midcoast Region" booklet from this 3-volume series. Pinpoints, with map AND GPS coordinates, launch sites with information about parking, restrooms, etc. A bonus feature is information about coastal preserves for day hikes. Though no details re: overnight or extended parking, one might be able to arrange parking, as I have in the past, with the local police/town manager, especially in the off-season. http://www.maine.gov/dacf/mcp/coastal-access-guide.htm
  2. Hi All, I am new to the network and am glad to be part of the great community of kayakers on the North Shore! I wanted to ask about the issue of access for put in points. On the North Shore we face a general problem of limited access due to "resident only" parking in most towns - particularly during the summer. I wonder if there has ever been an organized effort from paddlers to see if towns would be willing to consider opening up a little parking for kayakers near put in points on a permitted basis. Does anyone know if there is, or has been, an organized effort from the NSPN or other paddlers groups to try and improve access?
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