Acadia National Park - Located on the coast of Maine, Acadia encompasses 47,633 acres of granite-domed mountains, woodlands, lakes and ponds, and ocean shoreline. Such diverse types of habitat make Acadia a haven for wildlife and plants.
Appalachian National Scenic Trail - The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a 2,167-mile (3,488 km) footpath along the ridge crests and across the major valleys of the Appalachian Mountains from Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in north Georgia. The trail traverses Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia.
Maine Acadian Culture - Maine Acadians share beliefs and experiences tying them to a river, the land, their families, and to their common religion, languages, and history. The land borders the St. John River, flowing between the United States and Canada, and extends away from the river to the "back settlements." Here people speak Valley French, a mixture that includes old French, Quebecois, and English terms — sometimes mixed within a sentence.
Campobello International Park - The Roosevelt
Campobello International Park is a unique example of international
cooperation. This 2800 acre park is a joint memorial by Canada and the
United States and a symbol of the close relationship between the two
countries. Here are the cottage and the grounds where President
Roosevelt vacationed, the waters where he sailed, and the woods, bogs,
and beaches where he tramped and relaxed. The Roosevelt Campobello
International Park was established under an agreement signed by
President Lyndon B. Johnson and Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson on
January 22, 1964.
Saint Croix Island International Historic Site - The National Park Service preserves Saint Croix Island International Historic site as a monument to the beginning of the United States and Canada. In 1604, Pierre Dugua Sieur de Mons, accompanied by Samuel Champlain and 77 other men, established a settlement on St. Croix Island. Preceding Jamestown (1607) and Plymouth(1620), Sieur de Mons' outpost was one of the earliest European settlements on the North Atlantic coast of North America.
For more information visit the National Park Service website