The St. Croix River is 185 km (115 mi.) of water that runs from Monument Brook and North Lake to St. Andrews and to the Passamaquoddy Bay, to the Bay of Fundy. This Canadian Heritage River marks the international boundary between New Brunswick and the State of Maine in the USA. The Peskotomuhkati Nation and other First Peoples have lived along the river for more than 4000 years.
Along the St. Croix River there are 56 remote camping sites between the State of Maine and the Province of New Brunswick that are available for camping for FREE at Gravel Island, Scott Brook and Spednic Lake parks.
The outstanding natural, cultural and recreational heritage makes the St. Croix River a must visit.