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Aroostook, Maine's largest and northernmost county, offers travelers air, bus and bike modes of transportation. Explore the region's rolling countryside, vast farmland and historic communities using multi-modal transportation. Here, the Aroostook Regional Transportation system carries passengers to towns and villages, many of which are rich in Acadian heritage and culture.

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Air Travel

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Caribou Municipal Airport (KCAR)

Caribou Municipal airport supports flying activities conducted by private and business interests. The airport is designated as an Airport of Entry (AOE) by the US Customs Service due to its proximity to the Canadian border. Permission to land from the US Customs Service is not necessary, but one hour advance notice is required. Imagine the perfect community: big enough to have everything you need including nationally recognized schools, a first class performing arts center, a modern acute care hospital, a full service community library, but small enough that you meet your friends on the street day after day. You have all of that and more in Caribou, Maine!

Website | 207-493-3324

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Houlton International Airport (KHUL)

Houlton Air Taxi Origin On a visit to Southern Aroostook County, you will find more than you imagined. This rural treasure trove harbors bits of history, acres of wildness, intriguing eateries, and an array of events, all spread throughout some of the most beautiful terrain to be found in the northeast.

207-532-7111

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Long Lake Seaplane Base (Sinclair)

If you are looking for the heart of snowmobile country, you've found it in Northern Aroostook County. With long winters, plenty of snow and more than 2,000 miles of groomed trails, it is truly a winter wonderland.

207-543-7548

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Northern Aroostook Regional Airport (FVE)

Northern Aroostook Regional Airport is a small airport in Frenchville supporting charter and private aircraft only. The history of Aroostook County is rooted in its vast natural resources. The great wilderness area of western Aroostook comprises two-thirds of the county. Eastern portions of Aroostook County are dominated by wide open spaces of farmland that produce potatoes, broccoli and peas, among other crops. Aroostook County also serves as an outstanding recreation area with more than 2,000 lakes, streams, rivers, and ponds covering some 80,000 acres...

Website | 207-543-6300 | 877-543-6300

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Northern Maine Regional Airport at Presque Isle (PQI)

Serving Northern Maine, the Northern Maine Regional Airport offers regularly scheduled passenger service to and from Boston. It is an important link for travelers in Aroostook county to the air transportation system.

Website | 207-764-2550

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Biking

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Aroostook by Bike

Here, several touring loops direct cyclists through wide open spaces and rolling countryside, historic communities and the county's deep-rooted Acadian history.

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Bus Transportation

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Acadian

The Acadian Lines group (Acadian Lines and SMT) provides inter-city passenger service seven days a week, 365 days a year. The two bus lines service 78 destinations throughout the Maritimes with stops in Northern Maine.

Website | 1-800-567-5151

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Aroostook Regional Transportation System (ARTS)

A non-profit organization serving all of Aroostook County and parts of Washington and Penobscot counties with scheduled bus routes.

Website | 207-764-1290

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BusBank

The BusBank is a nationwide charter bus service that is able to offer a wide variety of options from mini bus service to full size coach buses. The BusBank can handle groups from 15 passengers up to large events of tens of thousands. The BusBank services all regions of Maine.

Website | 1-866-428-7226

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Custom Coach and Limousine

Custom Coach and Limousine's fleet consists of executive sedans, vans, stretch limousines, SUVs, mini coaches, school buses, 29, 49 and 57 passenger Motorcoaches and our all new 20 passenger Limousine-Party Coach.

Website | 1-800-585-3589

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Cyr Bus Lines

Provides daily service between Bangor and Limestone (Penobscot to Aroostook Counties). Connecting service from Boston and Portland via Concord Coach Lines and Greyhound Lines. Cyr Bus Tours offers upscale retail and package tours and charters.

Website | 1-800-244-2335

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GO Maine Commuter Connections

This free commuter assistance program provides services to commuters who live, work, or travel throughout the State of Maine. Emergency Ride Home Guarantee.

Website | 1-800-280-RIDE (7433)

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Maine Charter Bus Rental Services - US Coachway Inc.

US Coachway Inc. offers charter bus service nationally and throughout Maine.

Website | 1-800-359-5991

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Northeast Charter & Tour

Northeast Charter & Tour Co., Inc. offers extensive passenger transportation services, ranging from passenger vans for airport shuttle service, minibus, to a full 56-passenger charter bus.

Website | 1-888-593-6328

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VIP Charter Coach

Established in 1985, V.I.P. specializes in motorcoach tours and charters of all kinds serving the United States and Canada. VIP also services USM Portland-Gorham.

Website | 207-772-4457

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Car & Driving

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Aroostook County Scenic Byways

Aroostook county's scenic byways, offers visitors glimpses into quaint country towns & villages, nestled amongst rolling hills and vast, rich farm lands.

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Explore Maine by Car

Sometimes, the only way to get to your destination is by car. In fact, some of the most beautiful and remote areas of the state can only be reached by driving. Make the most of the ride by traveling along one of many scenic byways that wind through the state. And if you need directions or lodging along the way, checkout our information on Maine's Visitor Information Centers.

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Train Travel

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