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Organization Name Deboullie Public Reserved Land
Category State Parks, Public Lands, Trails and Waterways
Category Recreation
Address Northern Public Lands Office
45 Radar Rd
Ashland, Maine 04732
United States
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Phone Number (207) 435-7963
Website http://www.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/doc/parksearch/details.pl?park_id=46
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/148530188519709/
Description

The 21,871-acre Deboullie Public Lands offer remote campsites on crystal-clear trout ponds surrounded by low rugged mountains. These lands, encompassing 17 ponds ranging in size from 8 to 341 acres, lie in northernmost Maine, east of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway and 30 miles from the Canadian border. A 12-mile trail network with several loop options leads to many remote ponds and to Deboullie Mountain (1,981 feet) where a former fire tower offers expansive views of the surrounding region. Hikers can enjoy mountaintop blueberries in August and still find "ice caves" in denser woods - narrow, shaded crevices where snow and ice can remain year-round (supporting unusual plants such as the arctic sandwort). Several small waterfalls offer attractive places to cool off during warm-weather hikes.