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Saint Croix Island International Historic Site

How To Get There

Although there is no ferry service to Saint Croix Island International Historic Site, we invite you to visit the two interpretation sites operated respectively by Parks Canada and the United States National Park Service.

In Canada, we invite you to explore the history of Saint Croix Island at an outdoor exhibit operated by Parks Canada. It is located in Bayside, New Brunswick, about 23.5 km (14.5 miles) from St. Stephen, New Brunswick. From St. Stephen, take NB 1 east to route 127, follow route 127 for 9 km (5.5 miles). The beaver symbol will be your guide. Information is available at tourist information centres throughout Atlantic Canada.

We also encourage you to further explore the fascinating history of l'Acadie by visiting the national historic sites highlighted on the Related Sites.

Finally, we invite you to also visit the interpretation site of Saint Croix Island International Historic Site, operated by the United States National Park Service . It is located 13 km (8 miles) south of Calais, Maine, along U.S. 1. The Site includes a small parking area, an interpretive trail, and a viewing deck.