Deboullie, Pushineer, Gardner, and Togue Ponds

Fort Kent, Maine 04743

Deboullie, Pushineer, Gardner, and Togue Ponds

Deboullie, Pushineer, Gardner, and Togue Ponds Professional Review and Guide

"Tucked away in the northern reaches of the Pine Tree State, this cluster of small but beautiful deep ponds provides opportunity for a wonderful north Maine woods experience. Be forewarned, though: Unless you live in the northern tip of the state or in New Brunswick, Canada, be prepared for some driving to get here. Deboullie, Gardner, and Togue ponds, along with about a dozen smaller ponds, are located in a section of Maine public reserve lands southwest of Fort Kent.

Thankfully, you will not see massive clearcuts here. Because of the steep mountainsides, there are some significant patches of old-growth forest—a rare occurrence. The land around these ponds is either permanently off-limits to all timber harvesting or designated for modified harvest only to improve wildlife habitat or provide recreation benefits."

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Trail Information

Fort Kent
Nearby City
Easy
Skill Level
Day trip, camping available
Duration
Class I
Class
Best spring through fall
Season
Maine Forest Service, Allagash District
Local Contacts
USGS Deboullie Pond, Gardner Pond
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018