Calais, Maine

St. Croix River
St. Croix River

Settled in 1770 and incorporated in 1809, the town of Calais was named for the French port in honor of the support given by the French during the American Revolution.  The town is connected to border town, St. Stephen, New Brunswick by two bridges that extend over the St. Croix River. This border crossing is the fifth busiest port of entry to the United States on the Canadian Border.

Population: 3,447

Community Links:

http://www.calaismaine.govoffice.com/
http://visitcalais.com/
http://www.quoddyloop.com/ca.shtml

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    Richard shannonhouse

    Will be in calais maine in oct 2013 for 4 days and want to see bay of fundy and other scenic tours

      Mike Postma

      Hi Richard, please fill out the form on http://bayoffundy.com/travel-experts/ if you’re interested in having a travel expert create and book a custom itinerary for you (free and without obligations). Please note that this service is geared towards travellers who are (almost) ready to start booking. If you’re still looking for more general information please browse the different sections of this website or call either Nova Scotia Tourism at 1-800-565-0000 or Tourism New Brunswick at 1-800-561-0123.

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