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We were traveling in Canada and came back over the border to visit this historic site. The American and Canadian Fort Kent border crossings were not busy, so it was an easy stop. The blockhouse is just a few blocks from the bridge. It was...More
Worth a visit if you're in the area. The history behind the blockhouse is perhaps more interesting than the blockhouse itself, but the area is beautiful. Make sure to read the sign with the story of the Bloodless Battle of Aroostook County and how the...More
This is such a charming and educational little park that you might miss if you're not paying attention. Wonderful explanation of the history of the Aroostook War and the activities that finally decided the border between Maine and New Brunswick in 1842, and the blockhouse...More
Small Park with an interesting history. Picnic area near the river. Operated by the Boy Scouts. If you have a national parks Passport book bring it, it is a state historical site but a National also so there is a stamp