St. John Valley

Located at the northern tip of the State of Maine, this region borders the provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick, Canada. This beautiful river valley is home to approximately 15,000 US residents with another 40,000 living in communities in Canada. The inhabitants, many of them bilingual Francophones, are proud of their French and Acadian heritage and still celebrate their culture through their language, unique foods and wonderful festivals.


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5/8/21

Narrated City-Wide Historic Tour aboard Molly the Trolley

Visit over 40 historic sites around Presque Isle aboard Molly the Trolley

5/8/21

Jim Cullen Tour aboard Molly the Trolley

Learn more about the only known lynching in New England with a guided tour aboard Molly the Trolley.

5/15/21

Aroostook River Spring Runoff Canoe & Kayak Race

Race down the Aroostook River by kayak or canoe - paddle faster for that finish line!

5/22/21

The County's Fiddlehead Festival

Celebrate the most iconic food in Maine - the Fiddlehead! Family fun all day long!

5/27/21

Haunted Hearse Tours

Lingering spirits or ghosts in Presque Isle? Join Presque Isle Historical Society to learn more!

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Deals
5/1/21 7/26/21

Learn to Fly Fish in Northern Maine

Fly Fishing with a Registered Maine Guide With the Umcolcus Deadwater but a step from your cabin door, the fishing and canoeing couldn't be better. Whether you're looking for the thrill of bringing in a brook trout or the serenity of an evening canoe...

7/18/21 7/21/21

Father & Young Son 4-Day Canoe Trip

The St. Croix flows along the eastern Maine border with New Brunswick Canada offering great wilderness scenery, moderate whitewater, maintained campsites and fishing for small mouth bass. the St. Croix is well suited for families and groups of all ages...

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