Allagash Wilderness Waterway
At the Allagash Historical Society Museum on Route 161, artifacts are displayed relating to work in the surrounding woods and the area's Scots-Irish population.
The Allagash Wilderness Waterway, located to the south and west of the St. John Valley, is enjoyed by canoeists, anglers, hunters, and nature enthusiasts.
Did You Know?
Maine Acadians generally recognize St. David Parish, present-day Madawaska, as being symbolic of the first Acadian landing in 1785.