Experience the beauty and serenity of Maine's wilderness with Registered Maine Guide, Maine Master Naturalist Volunteer and experienced teacher, Bill McClellan. Enjoy hiking, and camping trips to Maine mountains, such as Katahdin, Camden Hills and Acadia National Park with a focus on flora and fauna if you wish.
I love Maine and want to share its natural beauty, plants, animals, and wild places with you. It can be hard to go to a new place and try new adventures. McClellan's Maine Guided Trips is here to provide you with the best guided hiking, fishing, and camping trips in Maine's natural, unspoiled wilderness. You will be impressed and amazed with all the natural beauty Maine has to offer! Whatever your comfort level, I will be happy to tailor a trip to meet your abilities. I take hikers through Camden Hills State park, Acadia, and other Maine mountains like Double Top or Tumbledown. Or, go for the challenge of Maine's tallest peak, Katahdin!
What We Do:
New for 2019, fishing! Spin fish for bass, trout and salmon in Maine’s bountiful freshwater lakes. Join me for a great Maine fishing adventure!
Hike mountains in Maine! See spectacular views you have never seen before! Feel the exhilaration of an effort well worth it!
Take a boat ride to scenic Maine islands like Butter, North Haven, Vinalhaven, and experience Maine’s most undiscovered wilderness, the islands in Penobscot Bay.
I hope you and your group will join me!
Bill's History: I fell in love with outdoor adventures as a young man walking all over the three hundred sixty-acre campus of the Lawrenceville School,
designed by Fredrick Law Olmstead, and attended by the famed environmentalist, Aldo Leopold. My summers were spent on the side of Mount Monadnock in
New Hampshire with summer fishing, backpacking, and camping experiences in the White Mountains, Green Mountains, and Adirondacks. In 1996 I became a Hurricane Island
Outward Bound Sailing instructor and in 2016 became a Registered Maine Guide. I am also a Maine Guide for Maine Sport in Rockport, leading trips out
of their Rockport location. I became a Maine Master Naturalist Volunteer in 2014, completing a rigorous one year, hands-on course in plant and animal
identification. In the off season, I teach middle school. I live in Rockport, Maine, a short walk to the harbor, where I have been living with my family
for the past 29 years. I love Maine. It is a large state with plenty to explore. I hope we get the chance to explore it together! And by the way, Bill
is a trained chef, so food on the trail will be tasty, nutritional, and filling!