The North Woods Sights

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Allagash Wilderness Waterway

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A spectacular 92-mile corridor of lakes, streams, and rivers, the waterway cuts through northern Maine's vast commercial forests, beginning...

Baxter State Park

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A gift from Governor Percival Baxter, this is the jewel in the crown of northern Maine, a 210,000-acre wilderness area that surrounds...

Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area

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Bordering the south side of the Golden Road below Baxter State Park, the Nature Conservancy's 46,271-acre Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness...

Golden Road

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For a scenic North Woods drive, travel the approximately 20-mile stretch of this private east-west logging road (named for what it cost...

Gulf Hagas

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Called the “Grand Canyon of the East,” this National Natural Landmark has chasms, cliffs, six large waterfalls, pools, exotic flora,...

Lumbermen's Museum

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Two reproduction 1800s logging camps are among the 10 buildings filled with exhibits depicting the history of logging in Maine. They...

Moosehead Historical Society & Museums

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Guides in period costume lead tours of the Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan House, a late-19th-century Victorian mansion filled with period antiques...

Mt. Kineo

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Accessed primarily by steamship, Mt. Kineo House was a thriving summer resort for the wealthy set below its namesake's 800-foot cliff...