Just off of Route 1 in Calais, Maine sits a beautiful state park that tells the story of one of the earliest European settlements in North America.
With a Visitor’s Center, a self guided interpretive trail that includes bronze statues and signage explaining the settlers, their struggles, and the outcome of a particularly harsh winter, this national park offers beautiful views and a rich historical experience for the whole family.
A must-see stop on your travels through Washington County, the St. Croix Island International Historic site is open 9-5 Thursday through Monday, closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Although the park grounds are normally open year round during daylight hours, services are limited during winter. The bronze statues are covered to prevent damage from the weather and the visitor center is closed.
Amy Jeanroy ME Robbinston Jun 18, 2022 Family Parks Places to Visit
Location: Robbinston, ME
Amy Jeanroy Jun 18, 2022
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