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Visitors traveling by vehicle will pass through one of the fol- lowing checkpoints. Please refer to the map in the center of this publication for locations. NMW Checkpoints Allagash 5am-9pm daily Caribou 6am-9pm daily Dickey 5am-9pm daily Fish River 6am-9pm daily Little Black 5am-9pm daily Six-Mile 5am-9pm daily St. Francis 5am-9pm daily Telos 6am-9pm daily Twenty-Mile 5am-9pm daily Canadian Border Checkpoints Estcourt 7am-5pm M-F register at gas stationgaz bar US Customs 1-418-859-2501 Canadian Customs 1-418-859-2201 St. Pamphile 1-418-356-2411 7am-5pm M-F US Customs 1-418-356-3222 Canadian Customs 1-418-356-3151 St. Juste 1-418-244-3646 8am-5pm MTThF US Customs 1-418-244-3026 closed Wednesdays Canadian Customs 1-418-244-3653 St. Aurelie 1-418-593-3426 8am-5pm M-Th US Customs 1-418-593-3582 8am-4pm Friday Canadian Customs 1-418-593-3971 The schedules of operation for Canadian border checkpoints and both U. S. and Canadian Customs offices are subject to change at any time so it is advised that you call the number listed for the crossing you intend to use for current informa- tion. U.S. Customs offices are closed during New Years Day Presidents Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Columbus Day Veterans Day and Thanksgiving. U.S. citizens are required to have a U.S. Passport or U.S. Pass- port Card to enter the U.S. Other travelers will need NEXUS FAST or SENTRI identification. By Federal Law PL 99-570 there is a 5000 fine for a first time offense of entering Maine without proper permission plus an additional fine of 1000 per person involved. This includes entry by foot or by water. RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT Under 15............................................................... Free Day Use Camping Age 70 and Over................................................ Free Day Use Per Person Per Day....................................................7.................12 Camping Per Night.....................................................10..............12 Annual Day Use Registration................................90..............NA Annual Unlimited Day Use Camping.............200...........NA Camping Only Annual Pass....................................110...........110 Including seniors age 70 and over Special Reduced Seasonal Rates Summer season is from May 1 to September 30. Fall season is from August 20 to November 30. Either summer or fall passes are valid between August 20 and September 30. RESIDENT NON-RESIDENT Seasonal Day Use Pass.............................................50..............90 Seasonal Unlimited Camping................................110...........150 Seasonal Unlimited Family Camping.................220...........NA Family camping covers 2 adults and their children between 15 and 21 for day use and camping for the season price of 2 adults. Camping Only Seasonal Pass.................................60..............60 Including seniors age 70 and over Commercial Sporting Camp Visitors.................25..............40 Per trip for any trip over 3 days Leaseholders and Internal Landowners of Record...........................50..............50 May purchase 2 annual passes through the NMW office Guest Passes for Leaseholders.............................75..............75 May purchase up to 8 annual passes through the NMW office Visiting Paticipating Businesses..........................1.................1 for meals and supplies up to four hours limit Fees payable by cash or check. For Allagash Wilderness Waterway fees see page 17 in this brochure. For Penobscot River Corridor fees see page 22. 2016 Visitor Fees and Checkpoint Information 2 www.northmainewoods.org photobyLonnieJandreau