Booming Out Grounds
This old growth forest property features four miles of shorefront on Spednic Lake, Mud Lake and Mud Lake Stream. It also features Mud Lake Falls and two Native American portages connecting Mud Lake to Spednic Lake. The property is open to the public and owned by the State of Maine & managed by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (IF&W).
IF&W manages these lands as the Booming Grounds Wildlife Management Area.
Key Features & Property Description
- Two portages connecting Mud Lake to Spednic Lake
- Old-growth forest
- Waterfall (Mud Lake Falls — coordinates noted above)
- Kayak to Mud Lake Falls
- Public access on the American side by water
- Foot access only on Canadian side
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