Just Add Water offers unique experience for thru-paddlers

The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is excited to welcome Just Add Water Floating Camps as a Class III Business Partner.

Located on Rangeley Lake in Maine, Just Add Water is a great lodging option for thru-paddlers and paddling enthusiasts, or for anyone looking for a unique overnight experience. Owned and operated by Rheanna Sinnett and her family, Just Add Water offers two floating camps for nightly rentals.

“Supporting the Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a no-brainer for us,” Sinnette said. “One day, my dad and I watched a group of thru-paddlers pass by in Oquossoc Cove and we realized that our Floating Camps would be a perfect stop along the way. Last year, we had a younger couple on the canoe trail stop for one night — they paddled right up to my parents’ shoreline and stayed in a guest room my parents rent, and the next day they were on their way. I thought that it would be even more unique to offer the ability to tether their canoe to one of my Floating Camps and stay aboard for a night or two and then hop right back on the trail.”

For longer stays, Just Add Water is a short walk from the village of Oquossoc, where paddlers can find restaurants, groceries, and other amenities.

We thank Just Add Water for supporting the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. To learn more, visit www.thefloatingnomad.com.

Interested in becoming an NFCT partner? Contact us to learn more: karrie@northernforestcanoetrail.org.