Useful Northeast Kingdom Information Sources
April’s Maple is located on 800 acres of Canaan, VT land originally owned by Gloria Jackson’s dad, Elmont Jackson. Gloria’s niece April has purchased the land and runs a modern maple syrup producing business. April plans to market her natural Vermont maple products far and wide.
Canada Border Services Agency provides information about crossing the Canadian border.
Chalet Caterers are the Jackson’s Lodge preferred caterer.
Club de Golf Coaticook – just over the border in Coaticook, Quebec.
Colebrook Country Club - in the Great North Woods of New Hampshire.
The Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail is a series of primitive campsites and access points from the river’s headwaters in Pittsburg, NH to the Massachusetts border. While most of the river shore is privately owned, a number of generous landowners have agreed to host the public at primitive campsites on their land.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection provides information about crossing the United States border.
Eastern Townships provides tourism information for the local Quebec (Canada) region just over the international border from Jackson’s Lodge and Log Cabins.
Lake Lyster Golf is an 18-hole course, known for its exceptional site located next to the lake and Mount Pinnacle. Discover the pleasures of golfing while taking time to enjoy the outdoors.
Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook - about 15 minutes north of Jackson’s in Coaticook, Quebec.
TravelTheKingdom.com Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom travel and tourism information source.
The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is the longest paddling trail in the nation and runs from Old Forge, New York through Vermont, Quebec, and New Hampshire to Fort Kent, Maine. In 2011 the Trail was named “Best Canoe Trail” by Outside Magazine and in 2012 the magazine named the Trail a “Best East Coast Adventure.
New Hampshire Fish & Game website.
Local Canaan, Vermont text forecast from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Vermont Outdoor Guide Association - Vermont’s most complete directory of outdoor services and adventure travel resources.
Vermont Outdoors Woman Mission Statement: “To encourage and enhance the participation of women of all ages and abilities in outdoor activities, through hands-on education.”
Vermont Fish and Wildlife website.