This month we’re going to New Brunswick to the St. Croix River. This river runs 185 km between New Brunswick and Maine.
The St. Croix River provides lots of exceptional habitat with its open lakes, floodplains, tidal estuary, and marshes. Here you can find 13 plant species that are known to be rare to the area such as the cardinal flower and high bush lueberry as well as ospreys and bald eagles.
This river offers something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in canoeing, experiencing whitewater rapids, camping, boating, viewing wildlife, hiking, cross country skiing or snowshoeing—this lake will not disappoint!