North Maine Woods

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Welcome to the North Maine Woods - Multiple Ownership - Multiple Use Management Area. The private forest landowners and state governmental agencies cooperating in this program are pleased you have chosen to visit our web site. It is designed to help you have a safe and pleasant trip in the area, plus provide you with valuable information on forest resource management and recreational use.

The area provides numerous outdoor recreational opportunities for over 100,000 visitors each year while at the same time providing renewable forest resources which are a major part of Maine's economy. Harvesting wood products and providing recreation are compatible if managed properly. Providing proper management of day use and camping is the main goal of the North Maine Woods organization.

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 Mud Season is Here

 Please respect the wishes of landowners by avoiding traveling on soft roads.  Spring logging roads are susceptible to rutting which can easily damage the road base resulting in expensive maintenance costs.  Please remember that access to private land is a privilege, so use common sense when traveling the woods roads this spring.   


Current Road Conditions:

  • The Chamberlain Bridge will be closed to all traffic Wednesday May 27 and the bridge will not reopen until Wednesday June 10. The bridge will be closed and blocked so that the deck can be replaced. No traffic will be allowed while the deck is being replaced.
  • John’s bridge will be closed starting June 2nd for maintenance. The cross deck, running planks and wheel guards will be replaced. Light traffic should be able to cross before 6 am and after 6 pm but no truck traffic. The work should be completed by June 10th. Alternate routes depending on the destination include the Umbazooksus- Narrow Pond road system south and the Churchill Dam road north of John’s bridge.
  • In the KI Jo-Mary Forest, Trout Brook Bridge on the road between Greenville and Hedgehog Checkpoint will be closed to traffic from June 1 to June 4

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