Allagash Wildlife Sporting Camps is the ultimate Maine outdoor experience

Our riverside cabins offer spectacular views for the perfect getaway. Activities include hunting trips, (bear, moose, deer, and grouse) ATV riding, canoe trips, fishing, and a whole lot more.

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Testimonial – Home page section

“This was my second trip to the Allagash, I’m two for two. The hospitality that you receive is outstanding! Bobby and Cindy and the rest of there team go out of their way to see you have the best time during your stay. Special thanks to Rancie and the talks we have after the hunt! Really looking forward to the moose hunt, and if it’s anything like the bear trips, all I can say is, WOW!”

— Kevin Burkhart, Troy, NY

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About Allagash

Allagash, Maine

The Allagash area has a long tradition of being a world-class hunting, fishing, canoeing, and ATV riding destination. Being the gateway to the North Maine Woods https://www.northmainewoods.org, millions of acres of forest comprise this area.  The remote wilderness creates vast opportunities for hunting bear, deer, moose and grouse. The area’s licensed guides are well-known for providing exceptional hunting opportunities for sportsmen from all over the country.

Note: North Maine Woods gate fees apply to travelers entering the woods.

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Along with tremendous amounts of timberland to use, Allagash is the destination of the legendary Allagash River and the finish of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.  In the town of Allagash, the Mighty St. John River and Allagash meet.  Both rivers, are popular amongst fishermen and paddlers.  Canoeing and Kayaking is not only a recreational activity here, but its a way of life.  Anglers pursue Native Brook Trout, Muskellunge, Landlocked Salmon, and other sport species.

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The town is comprised mostly of people of Scots,  Irish descends.  These individuals are hard working and welcoming. The people of the area predominantly make their living from the land. The primary professions in this tiny community are logging and guiding.  Many families have countless years of experience in both professions.