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10 www.northmainewoods.org The KI Jo-Mary Multiple Use Forest is a 175000 acre tract of forest land located between Millinocket Brownville and Greenville. At the request of the forest landowners in this area NMW contracted with them in 1986 to establish checkpoints and campsites to manage increasing public use of their lands. Due to differences in operating costs and landowner management objectives the KI Jo- Mary user fees are slightly different from fees assessed for use of NMW. Season registrations are not interchangeable between NMW and KI Jo-Mary. In both cases land use fees help offset recreational management costs. Recreationists traveling by vehicle will pass through one of these checkpoints. Please refer to the map located on page twelve of this publication. The following listing will inform you of operating hours. All four checkpoints open the first of May and close mid October. Jo-Mary Checkpoint Open from 600am to 900pm seven days a week. KI Checkpoint Open from 600am to 900pm seven days a week. Hedgehog Checkpoint Open from 600am to 900pm seven days a week. Henderson Checkpoint Open from 600am to 900pm seven days a week. Henderson is an electronic unmanned checkpoint managed by Jo-Mary checkpoint staff. Checkpoints and Hours of Operation Maine Non Residents Residents Under 15 and over 70 years of age Free Day Use Free Day Use Per Day 7.00 12.00 Day Use Season Registration 60.00 75.00 Camping Per Night 10.00 10.00 OwnerGuest Passes for Campowners 60.00 60.00 Each Campowner can purchase up to 8 passes Passage At Any Checkpoint After Hours 20.00 per vehicle Land Use and Camping Fees Katahdin Iron Works Jo-Mary General Information You will find solitude fishing hunting hiking fresh air clean water good times and many other outdoor activities. The KI Jo-Mary Multiple Use Forest landowners are trying to encourage and preserve this type of experience. photobyMarkGrant