• Saint Croix Island in middle of river

    Saint Croix Island

    International Historic Site Maine

Eating & Sleeping

lodging

Lodging
There is no lodging in the park. Both the towns of Robbinston (4 miles, 6 km) and Calais (8 miles, 13 km) offer several lodging and camping options. For more information contact local chambers of commerce below.

 
food

Eating
There are no restaurants in the park. The town of Calais (8 miles, 13 km) offers several dining options. For more information, visit the local chambers of commerce below.

 

Did You Know?

Native Americans inhabited Saint Croix.

Saint Croix Island was originally called “Muttoneguis” by the Native Americans who had used it for many years before the French arrived. The island is protected today as part of Saint Croix Island International Historic Site.