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Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge

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Easy hiking, beautiful trails

Went today with three kids (8/9/10) Trails are wide and easy to follow. Lots of places to peer into... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Damian W
Houston, Texas, United States
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Do You Want To See A Moose - Come Here!

This September my wife and I were able to visit this refuge, it has the feeling of the "Great... read more

Reviewed October 21, 2017
New York Mills, MN, United States
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97 Refuge Road, Limestone, ME
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Went today with three kids (8/9/10) Trails are wide and easy to follow. Lots of places to peer into the woods and search for wildlife. We didn’t see any but three kids are LOUD so we didn’t really expect any. We did see a very...More

Thank Damian W
Reviewed October 21, 2017

This September my wife and I were able to visit this refuge, it has the feeling of the "Great North". This NWR is located in the northeastern corner of Maine, the head quarters is located in Limestone. Aroostook NWR was established to highlight the importance...More

1  Thank BluegooseTraveler
Reviewed October 12, 2017

What a relaxing and beautiful trail to walk, especially in the fall when the colors are all changing. There are many trails and you will see lots of wildlife (or evidence of). Very quiet and get some great outdoor time. I'm told the snowshoeing in...More

Thank CatNH
Reviewed September 14, 2017

We love this place. There are tons of walking trails, they become ski trails in the winter. There is a visitor center with information and a gift shop. They have limited hours so check the website if you want to check that out. We like...More

Thank CTmommyof3
Reviewed May 28, 2017 via mobile

This is a good place to walk in the woods with minimal effort. There are several access points and maps are available at the trailheads. You can easily spend a couple hours here on the various trails. The trails are wide which makes for easy...More

Thank Bden99
Reviewed February 18, 2017

Today the C-Me-Ski event was held with 74 persons attending and 48 skiers of all ages participated. The temps were great and the trail was superior condition. A couple skiers even saw 2 moose while on their ski. You will find over 8 miles of...More

Thank Barbara G
Reviewed October 12, 2016

The Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge is a great place to get-a-way when you need a little escape. I love to go for the walking trails!

Thank bonbon257
Reviewed October 12, 2016

I'd gone to several events at Loring AFB when I worked in the area so I was happy to hear that part of the base was converted to a National Wildlife Refuge. We made plans to visit and I checked the website the day before....More

1  Thank NieSam
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