If you’re coming to stay with us for a day, a weekend, or a lengthy getaway, our friendly staff can help you plan your visit to the St. John Valley. Ask us for ideas when you’re at the Inn, or contact us at 207.728.3402, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handy Information about the area
Visit our Contact and Directions page for distances to nearby locations.
Size of Maine’s St. John Valley
Approximately 2,500 square miles
Spring promises everything from maple syrup to fiddleheads; summers are warm with cool nights; fall has crisp nights and stunning foliage; winter starts in late November and lasts until April with about 100 inches of annual snowfall. Click here for local weather.
Maine and Québec follow Eastern Standard Time, one hour behind New Brunswick, which is on Atlantic Standard Time.
Local events and business opportunities
- St. John Valley Chamber of Commerce
- Greater Fort Kent Chamber of Commerce
- Greater Van Buren Chamber of Commerce
- Edmundston (NB) Chamber of Commerce
County-wide and international things to do and see:
- Maine Invites You Tourism
- Aroostook County Tourism
- Voici the Valley Cultureway
- Tourism Edmundston
- Tourism New Brunswick
- Tourism Québec
The regional airport in Presque Isle, ME is only 65 miles from Madawaska, and smaller airports offering charter flights in Frenchville, ME and St-Léonard, NB.
International border crossings
The Inn is a half mile from the border crossing to Edmundston, NB. In all, there are four border crossings in the St. John Valley (Fort Kent, Madawaska, Van Buren, Hamlin). Remember to bring your passport if you’re planning on crossing the border either way. Click for border crossing information and border wait times.
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