Fort Kent is a town located in Aroostook County, Maine. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 4,233. U.S. Highway 1 has its northern endpoint in Fort Kent. It bears the northernmost campus of the University of Maine System (the University of Maine at Fort Kent), an Olympic Biathlete training center, an annual CAN-AM dogsled race and a national historical site (the Fort Kent Blockhouse, built in reaction to the "bloodless Aroostook War"). Principal industries include agriculture (potatoes), and textiles. MBNA has opened a call center in the town which provides significant employment.
Web Sites and Links
Acadian ArchivesIncludes history of the archives, resources for Acadian descendants, and contact information.
Can-Am Crown Dog Sled RaceIncludes highlight photos, race entry form, and volunteer and spectator information.
Fort Kent Maine GuideLearn about activities and businesses in the Aroostook County town.
Maine Winter Sports CenterPromotes skiing and winter sports in Maine communities. Includes schedule of events.
Town of Fort KentProvides information about government, meetings, local ordinances, services, community, and businesses.
Wikipedia - Fort KentInformation and statistics from Wikipedia.