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    Maine Acadian Culture

    Maine

Things To Do

The Maine Acadian culture can be found everywhere in the St. John Valley in Northern Maine's Aroostook County and across the St. John River in New Brunswick.

During the summer there is a host of indoor and outdoor activities to participate in. Fall is ablaze with nature's pallet of red, orange, and yellow. Winter activities such as snowmobiling, ice fishing, snowshoeing, ice skating, and cross-country skiing abound in "the County."

Drive the St. John Valley countryside and discover the rich heritage that is the Maine Acadian culture.

To learn more about things to do in the St. John Valley, visit the links above and the Voici the Valley Cultureway website.

Did You Know?

Potato Barn in New Canada, Maine

The log blockhouse in Fort Kent, Maine, was built for the "Bloodless" Aroostook War that included a brief period of armed conflict followed by several years of diplomatic disputes and negotiation between Great Britain and the United States. Today the fort is a state-owned national historic landmark.