We have a paved site behind our home, accessible from the street. Back in, but plenty of room for slide outs and awnings. Easy access and can accommodate a 5th wheel and vehicle. 30 amp electric available; water, and dump($5). Close to stores, historic sites, and the border crossing to Edmundston, New Brunswick. BBQ grills only. Campfire ring. WiFi limited. Generators- 7am-9pm only. Pets on leash. NOTICE: AS OF NOV 5, 2017, THE INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE FROM EDMUNDSTON NB TO MADAWASKA ME AND BACK IS CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC OVER 5 TONS.
To reach Madawaska from Canada/New Brunswick, use either Fort Kent or Van Buren crossings, travel on US 1 to Madawaska.
No Smoking, except in RV.
Paved roads, in town location.
There is room for the tow vehicle to park in front of the RV or beside it.
We are home year round, with occasional trip during spring and fall. We can usually accommodate guests from April to December (depend on snow). With enough advance notice, can also accommodate during the winter with electric only.
Local attractions include our home- c1823-1860 Acadian (Martin) built homestead on the National Registry since 2009. Other Acadian sites include St David Church, Tante Blanche Museum, 4 Corners Park (Northeastern-most corner of contiguous US), 4 Seasons Outdoor Trails, Bicentennial Park, University of Maine at Fort Kent, many historic museums close by, Botanical Gardens in Edmundston, New Brunswick (requires US Passport or Passcard)NOTE: 5 ton restrictions on International Bridge as of 11/2017, Acadian Family Mass in June in St.David, Acadian Festival in August, International Acadian Day August 15, Fishing, hiking, and much more.
The site was easy to find and back into. We were met immediately and allowed to "hook up" to power and water. Within an hour we met, to our distinct pleasure, some of their family and friends and had a rousing good time speaking about RVing but also the local history and especially regarding the Acadians. This kind of interaction with locals substantially enhances the travel experience.
Later that evening they recommended a "local food" restaurant where we immersed ourselves in local culinary treats - can you say Poutine (poo-tin). Sounds weird, tastes - yum! A plate of Ployes comes standard with the meal (Ploye) a regional pancake - (buckwheat is extremely popular in the Madawaska region of Canada) - double yum!
Easy to find great conversation peaceful site we had a blast recommended. Eat the local food at Dolly’s
We enjoyed our conversation and brief stay with AcadianMaine. They have a wonderful set up for hosting boondockers with all the amenities! Madawaska and the surrounding area is a beautiful. Thank you so much!
Hope you'll come see us in AZ sometime.
Lois and Paul were so warm and welcoming from the moment we arrived. They treated us as members of their family, inviting us for a fish fry with their family and friends. They provided us with all sorts of information about the area, including attractions and the history of the area. They graciously offered to show us their historic home and explained how it was representative of the area. More than anything, they were welcoming and we felt right at home. We look forward to the chance to stay with them another time in the future!!
when we arrived they were there to assist us to park and get hooked up. it was nice they allow you to dump for 5 dollars it was very convenient. they showed us their new rig as well as their acadian home. very knowledgeable about their house and the area. had the chance to sit and hear about their up coming plans.
Stayed one night and enjoyed our host's company. Nice level spot with utilities in a quiet location.
As we turned up their street out the door Lois and Paul came running to help us back our unit up their driveway. After getting it parked I jumped out to greet them and Lois said go ahead and get set up and dinner will be ready in 20 minutes. Came to find out that she had been cooking a chicken all day in the crock pot. What a delicious meal it was starting with the salad some of which they picked from their garden. Paul also asked me before dinner what kind of vegetables my wife liked and I told him she liked green beans and corn and that's what they had.
After dinner she took us into the living room where she taught me how to make free wifi calls on my computer. That has really paid off the past few days as we are currently in Canada without phone service. I've been able to call my son, his son and his daughter all free. Also called the daughter from my computer along with booking our accommodations at a couple of other places.
The next day they guided us around their town which is known for being one of the 4 Corners of the US. After coming back to their home they gave us a hour and a half tour of their home which is the Martin Acadian Homestead. I wish that we had spent at least another night here with these people.
Before I go I need to add that our dog took a leak on my wife's rug and Lois entered our RV just as I found out and I scolded my dog. She said here give me that rug and I will go and wash it in the washing machine.
Outstanding people, outstanding times, we will never forget sitting down at their table and eating their food.
Only the best to you: Paul and Lois.
Paul and Lois were extremely kind and helpful.They organized our boondocking with Lisa and her son who prepared the spot for us. We were very well all night and the place is quiet It is fun to go to the State just for one night.
You place is lovely! Thank you everyone for the energy spent for us.