Brickett Place Interpretive Site

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

The Brickett Place is a brick farmhouse built in 1830 and is the oldest structure in Forest Service Region 9. Currently it is used as a Wilderness Education Center and information site. It has parking and toilet facilities. The Bickford Brook Trail leaves the parking lot with access to the Caribou/Speckeld Wilderness Area. Hikers should be aware that group size in a Wilderness Area is limited to ten people. Please call the Saco Ranger Station (603.447.5448) to verify operating hours.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Bricket Place Interpretive Site is open weekends throughout the summer.
Open Season: End of May - mid-October
Closest Towns: Stowe, ME
Water: No
Restroom: Vault Toilet
Operated By: Forest Service

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Located on ME Rte 113 in Stow, Maine


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  Latitude : 
44.267635

  Longitude : 
-71.004192

 

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