Planning a trip to the Allagash? Please consider the below resources to assist with your trip planning.
General Trip Planning Resources
- Allagash Wilderness Waterway Conditions and Alerts – Maintained by the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands, this page provides information on water levels and flow, ice thickness, and camping alerts.
- Allagash Wilderness Waterway Map and Guide – This detailed map of the Waterway also includes a list of suggested itineraries, access and parking information, a gear list, and more.
- Camping Fees and information.
- Hunting and Fishing Licenses
- Rules and Regulations for the Allagash Wilderness Waterway
- Safety Information from the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands
- Video Series – This selection of nine videos from the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry covers trip planning, Allagash history, fishing information, and winter use of the Waterway.
- NFTC Trip Planner – The Northern Forest Canoe Trail trip planner lets you create an individual trip plan, and includes detailed information about access points, campsites, fastwater, and portages.
History and Culture of the Allagash and St. John Valley
- Early French Migrations to Northern Maine, by Beatrice Craig
- The Kellys of Kingsclear, by Darrell McBreairty
- The Land In-Between: The Upper St. John Valley from Prehistory to World War 1, by Beatrice Craig
- Storied Lands and Waters, an assessment of the historic and cultural resources of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.
- Wabanaki History and Culture
Guides, Outfitters, and other Local Services
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