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(June 2013) There is a required fee per person to paddle the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Click here for more details.
(June 2013) Boat size regulations for the Allagash Wilderness Waterway: The State of Maine maintains canoe/kayak size regulations on the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. See detailed regulations and fact sheet posted on the Department of Conservation website.
(July 2014) American Dream Campground on the St John River is no longer in operation.
(June 2013) Riverside Park in Fort Kent, the final take out of the Trail, is immediately after the mouth of the Fish River, not 0.5 miles past it as indicated on the map’s route description. Riverside Park is 0.5 miles after you float under the green truss bridge between Fort Kent, Maine, and Claire, New Brunswick.
(May 2015) For paddlers entering the Allagash Wilderness Waterway via paddle and portage you will not be passing a North Maine Woods Inc. checkpoint to pay your campsite fees and will have to make sure you have adequate cash or you can write a check. Payments can be made at Churchill Dam. More information can be found on this Info Sheet.