Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, Maine and New Hampshire
Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge is located in Coos County, New Hampshire and Oxford County, Maine.
By Air: Nearest airport is the Portland International Jetport. It is connected to many places of the World like New York, Washington, Chicago through direct flights. From the airport, you can rent a car and drive to the Wildlife Refuge, which will take about 3-5 hours.
By Train: Five daily trains are provided by Amtrak’s Downeaster Service, which connect Portland to many cities and towns to the South, ending at the North Station of Boston. To the North, three trains go to Freeport and Brunswick. From here, you can go to the Refuge by hiring a car.
By Road: Portland is well connected by road through a highway between Maine and Vermont.
By Cruise: The Ocean Gateway International Marine Passenger Terminal serves the Port of Portland, which is the second largest cruise destination in the state. It provides ferry services to many destinations in Casco Bay.
From the Port, you can hire a car and drive to the Wildlife Refuge.
Best time to visit: June to August.
Professional Service: Professional guidance for fishing is available.