National Parks / Natural World

Maine Acadian Heritage Madawaska

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Maine Acadian Heritage
P.O. Box 88
Tel: 207 728 6826


By Car The Saint John Valley is located in northern Aroostook County, Maine, 200 miles north of Bangor at the northern terminus of U.S. Route 1. It is best reached by private vehicle. From Interstate 95, use exits at Sherman or Smyrna Mills for Route 11 to Fort Kent, or the exit at Houlton for U.S. Route 1 North.

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During the summer there is a host of indoor and outdoor activities to participate in. Fall is ablaze with nature\'s pallet of red, orange, and yellow. Winter activities such as snowmobiling, ice fishing, snowshoeing, ice skating, and cross-country skiing abound in \"the County.\"
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The Weather


Conditions: Overcast
Temp: 34° F / 1° C
Humidity: 78 %
Wind: W - 6 MPH


Conditions: Mostly Cloudy
Temp: 28° F / -2° C
Humidity: 74 %
Wind: N - 10 MPH


Conditions: Clear
Temp: 26° F / -3° C
Humidity: 70 %
Wind: NE - 6 MPH

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