• Saint Croix Island in middle of river

    Saint Croix Island

    International Historic Site Maine

Plan Your Visit

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Accessibility
There is no public access to Saint Croix Island. At the mainland facility, the Ranger Station, interpretive trail and shelter, parking lot, pathways, and restrooms are accessible. Parking near the shore is not recommended due to the steep grade.
 
Entrance to Historic Site

Entrance to Saint Croix Island National Historic Site.

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Directions
Driving directions, GPS coordinates, and maps.
 
Park ranger presenting a program on the beach

A park ranger presenting a program overlooking Saint Croix Island.

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Join us to learn more about this historic site.
 
Sunset over Saint Croix Island

Fees and Reservations
Entrance fees, passes, and permits.

 
Close-up view of fern leaf.

Close-up view of fern leaf.

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Eating and sleeping
Lodging and restaurants in the local area.

 
Visitors on trail

Visitors in the interpretive trail.

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Things to do
Ranger talks, interpretive trail, and nearby attractions.

 
Stairs leading to Saint Croix viewpoint.

Stairs leading to Saint Croix viewpoint.

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Things to know before you come
Getting around, weather, and information in French.

Did You Know?

Saint Croix Island on small map.

Saint Croix Island is the only international historic site in the United States National Park Service. The management of the site is a unique partnership between the United States and Canada.