Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge
Located in Coos County New Hampshire and Oxford County Maine, Lake Umbagog refuge is a northern treasure in the National Wildlife Refuge System. The diversity of exceptional habitats provides excellent breeding and foraging areas for migratory birds, endangered species, resident wildlife, and rare plants. The refuge protects over 16,300 acres of wetland and forested upland habitat along Umbagog Lake.
NORTH FROM CT: I-91N through CT, MA and VT. Exit I-91 at St. Johnsbury, VT (Exit 21) to Rte 2E. Rte 2E into Lancaster, NH. Left onto Rte 3N at the "Y". Rte 3N to Route 110 (right onto Route 110 in Groveton, NH toward Stark, NH). Rte 110 to Rte 110A near Milan, NH--watch for this left turn. Rte 110A to Rte 16N (left turn onto 16N). Rte 16N to Rte 26E(right turn at intersection Rtes 16 & 26). Rte 26E to Rte 16N again (through town about 1/4 mile) Left onto Rte 16N at Eames Garage--also known as Dam Road. Refuge HQ is 5.5 miles up Rte 16N (2756 Dam Road) on right. Please park rental or Government vehicles across the street.
NORTH FROM BOSTON, MA/MANCHESTER, NH: I-93N through Franconia Notch, NH. From Franconia Notch, Exit 35 toward Twin Mountain, NH--Rte 3N. Drive through Twin Mountain on toward Whitefield, NH. Right on Rte 115. Rte 115 to U.S. Rte 2E. Right onto U.S. Rte 2E toward Gorham, NH. In Gorham, left at the traffic light onto Rte 16Nwww.hobogrill.org