North Maine Woods

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Welcome to the North Maine Woods - Multiple Ownership - Multiple Use Management Area. The private forest landowners and state governmental agencies cooperating in this program are pleased you have chosen to visit our web site. It is designed to help you have a safe and pleasant trip in the area, plus provide you with valuable information on forest resource management and recreational use.

The area provides numerous outdoor recreational opportunities for over 100,000 visitors each year while at the same time providing renewable forest resources which are a major part of Maine's economy. Harvesting wood products and providing recreation are compatible if managed properly. Providing proper management of day use and camping is the main goal of the North Maine Woods organization.

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Bridge Construction / Road Warnings

 

  • Daaquam Bridge:  The bridge crossing the Daaquam River 4 miles from the canadian border on the Realty Road is not currently passable by vehicle at this time.
  • St Francis Road:  Starting July 23 through Aug 8th construction will occur on the St Francis Road.  Travel will be delayed, unpredictable and should be avoided if possible.  There will be alternative routes for light traffic at the beginning of the project, however over the last few days of the construction phase (likely the first week of Aug), construction at the Mile 14 ravine will require the road to be closed for several days to complete the job.  Please check back periodically for any updates.

 

 ATTENTION CAMPGROUND CAMPERS:  The Jo Mary Campground located on Upper Jo Mary Lake (TBR10 WELS) currently has seasonal campsites avaialble.  For more information, please call us at 207-435-6213.

 

NEW FOR 2014:  Check out the new information video series for  the Allagash Wilderness Waterway (click on link):     www.maine.gov/allagashwildernesswaterway

 

 

 

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