Boundary Description for the Expanded Archery Season on Deer - Camden Area
Towns of Camden, Owl's Head, Rockland, Rockport, and Thomaston:
Beginning at the intersection of US Route 1 and Mountain Street (State Route 52) in Camden; Northwest along Mountain Street to the intersection with the Molyneaux Road; West along the Molyneaux Road to the intersection with the Melvin Height Road; Southeast on the Melvin Height Road to Upper Mechanic Street; along Upper Mechanic Street to John Street; Southeast on John Street to the intersection with US Route 1; South on US Route 1 to the intersection with South Street in Rockport; Northwesterly along South Street to the intersection of Porter Street; West on Porter Street to State Route 17; Northerly on State Route 17 to Rockville Street; Westerly on Rockville Street to Old Rockland Street; South on Old Rockland Street to Gurney Street; West on Gurney Street to the intersection with the Bog Road in Rockland; South on the Bog Road to the intersection with the Mountain Road; Southeast on the Mountain Road to the intersection with the West Meadow Road; South along the West Meadow Road to the intersection with the Greenhouse Hill Road in Thomaston; East along the Greenhouse Hill Road to the intersection with the Old County Road in Rockland; West on the Old County Road to the intersection with the Dexter Road; Southeast on the Dexter Road to the intersection with US Route 1; South on US Route 1 to Buttermilk Lane in Thomaston; south on Buttermilk Lane to the intersection with Route 73 in Owls Head; North on Route 73 to the unnamed tributary to Rockland Harbor adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean; North along the Atlantic Ocean to the mouth of Great Brook in Camden,; Westerly along Great Brook to its intersection with US Route 1 to the point of beginning.
Important Note: The Beauchamp Point Sanctuary is open to archery hunting of deer during any open hunting season that allows archery equipment to be used to hunt deer.
Important Note: That portion of Camden Hills State Park located within the expanded archery area is administratively closed to hunting. For more information contact the Dept. of Conservation, Bureau of Parks and Lands, at 22 State House Station, Augusta, Maine 04333-0022 or at 287-3821.