Beginning on the Victoria Day Long Weekend (third week of May) and Labour Day Long Weekend (first week of September), the SCIWC maintains various small wilderness campgrounds along the international boundary of the United States and the Canadian shores of the amazingly beautiful St. Croix Watershed (which includes Spednic Lake, St. Croix River and East Grand Lake). All of the Maine camp sites and several of the Canadian camp sites are free to use. Yes that's right, they are free and on a first come - first camp basis.
A fee is only charged for the camp sites located at Spednic Lake Provincial Park, Scott Brook and Gravel Island. To book one of these sites, please select your check-in date, the location and site type you are looking for from the categories list. You will be able to view a picture of the available sites and a short description. All our sites have a maximum stay of 7 nights (if you would like a site for longer than 7 days, please call the office at 207-952-9069 to make arrangements).
Please note that none of these campgrounds have electricity, water, or sewer services. There are no garbage cans or recycling bins - you are required to take all waste and recycling with you when you leave the park .
If you would like to add extra tents to your booking, you may do so by clicking "add to booking" at the top left once you have selected a site, choose the Extras category, and add the number of tents you require for the dates of your booking.
Our sites are remote, and as such we require a few days notice to post reservations. If your proposed check-in date is within 4 days, you will not be able to reserve a site either on-line or through our office. Sites may be available, but they are on a first come, first serve basis only. We encourage you to book your site well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Thank you for booking with us. Be sure to leave a review and photos for us on our new TripAdvisor account at: TripAdvisor.com/reviewit and look for St. Croix International Waterway Commission
or post your photos and comments on our Facebook Page at: FaceBook.com/SCIWC
Funding Provided by the Province of New Brunswick, Department of Energy & Resource Development. Maine Department of Parks and Lands, Spednic-St. Croix Stewardship Fund, and private donations.