Kayak Hacks YouTube Channel

Contact Steve Moore

I migrated this blog to my YouTube Channel - Click here to view.

Articles on this site are out of date since some go back to 2006.
Regulations and property ownership may have changed since publication.
It is your responsibility to know and obey all regulations and not trespass on private property.

Upper Potomac - Maps from the Maryland DNR (Updated)

You can get this map set for free by sending an email with your request and mailing address to Angie King at AKing@dnr.state.md.us 

North Branch Potomac River Water Trail
The Potomac River Water Trail North Branch in Allegany County: Westernport, MD to Cumberland, MD is a three-map set depicting the North Branch of the Potomac River in Western Maryland. This map set covers approximately 32 miles and shows public access sites, facilities, points of interest and historical and cultural information. The maps come in a zip-closure plastic pouch and are printed on waterproof, tear-proof paper.  Developed as a joint project between the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MD DNR), the National Park Service, the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin (ICPRB), and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, the maps highlight access points on both sides of the river and include information on support facilities such as restrooms, camping and fishing sites, as well as picnic and parking areas.

The DNR also has inexpensive maps of a number of the key rivers. Order the map sets from the Maryland DNR at this link

Tell a friend about this article by clicking on this link

This is a scanned version of part of the map for the Westernport section of the FREE North Branch Map Set. 
The others are just as detailed!

Unless stated otherwise, this article was authored by Steve Moore

Disclaimer and Warning:  The contents of this site reflect the opinion of the author and you, the reader, must exercise care in the use and interpretation of this information.  Fishing is a dangerous sport.  You can slip and fall on rocks and sustain severe injury.  You can drown.  You can get hooks caught in your skin, face, eyes or other sensitive places.  All sorts of bad things can happen to you when to go into the woods to visit the places documented here.  Forests, streams and lakes are wild areas and any number of bad things can happen.  You must make your own judgment in terms of acceptable behavior and risk and not rely on anything posted here.  I disclaim all liability and responsibility for any actions you take as a result of reading the articles on this site.  If you do not agree with this, you should not read anything posted on this site.

Copyright © Steve Moore