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Strong Winds Leave A Trail Of Downed Trees At Aroostook State Park

Strong Winds Leave A Trail Of Downed Trees At Aroostook State Park

| July 8, 2014

The storm over the weekend did some damage across the state and in the county. The strong winds it produced actually posed a threat to the campers at the Aroostook State Park campground. That’s where some campers were for the holiday weekend, and ended up getting stuck in the park for hours due to blocked […]

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Snowshoeing Safety

Snowshoeing Safety

| February 20, 2014

Since we see snow almost 6 months out of the year here in Aroostook County, it’s a great idea to get out and enjoy the outdoors. “We have some great trails for snow shoeing. It’s an activity that has exploded over the years,” says Scott Thompson. If you can walk, then you can snow shoe. […]

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| May 23, 2013

Maine families who have never been camping have a unique opportunity this summer. The Division of Parks and Public Lands, in conjunction with the Take It Outside initiative, is offering families the opportunity to reconnect with nature by spending a weekend at one of 11 participating Maine State Parks. Dick Palm has the details.

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Winter Family Fun Day

Winter Family Fun Day

| February 26, 2013

Families packed the Aroostook State Park on Saturday doing every winter activity you could think of. It was the 6th annual Winter Family Fun Day. Around 900 people attended the event. News Source 8′s Katie Zarrilli shows us some of the snowy fun.

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Camping Season

Camping Season

| June 19, 2012

Now that school is out, camping season is starting to gear up. Dick Palm went out to a couple of area campgrounds to see how things were kicking off.

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