Maine is home to many mountains and several state parks, but there is only one Mile-High Katahdin, the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, located right “next door” is the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. These incredible places are right here in the Katahdin Region. Make us your next destination-for adventures in our beautiful outdoors, and experiences like none other. Let us help you discover your Maine thing! Download our Visitor’s Guide.

The Katahdin Chamber of Commerce invites you to Discover Katahdin with the help of our handy new app. From discovery and trip planning, to navigation our four season recreation destination once you arrive, this app puts everything in one place.Download our Discover Katahdin mobile app

The Katahdin region offers more than 350 miles of groomed snowmobiling trails making for some of the most spectacular snowmobiling on the East Coast. With easy access from I-95 and an average snowfall of 100 inches or more, the Katahdin Region is a true snowmobiling paradise. Download a copy of our Snowmobile Map and see for your self the amazing trail system we have here!

Hunting season is coming. Here’s the information from the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife:

Being a responsible user of the Maine outdoors means staying informed of, and complying with, the current laws and rules.
MDIFW’s popular summary guides make it easy to find and follow the laws and rules that apply to you. And now, our NEW digital formats allow you to quickly check a law, confirm legal hunting hours, look up best practices and more – from anywhere, anytime.
Just visit
No cell coverage in the woods? No problem.
Just visit and browse by activity. You will find a series of helpful quick reference guides as well, including a legal hunting time table and a chart of the hunting seasons and bag limits.

Why digital law books?
In 2016, we printed over 700,000 law books. Thats a lot of paper and a lot of resources diverted from Maine’s fish and wildlife.
With 77% of the U.S. population using smartphones in 2017, our agency’s mission clearly directed us to make a shift. And while we’re still printing some books (available at licence agent locations), we’re asking you to do your part and make use of the convenient and responsible digital options.
As a bonus, the digital options are searchable and always on hand, as long as you have your mobile device. If you always keep it on you (and charged) to take photos or use the GPS, this is a no-brainer.
Hunting season is approaching! Be prepared and be sure to review Maine’s 2018-2019 hunting laws today.

We hope you have a safe and enjoyable hunting season in Maine!



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