The Madawaska, Four Corners Park Association has created a park to honor the S.C.M.A Four Corners Tour finishers, participants and motorcyclists.
Located prominently in downtown Madawaska, Maine, our park features an impressive 12-foot tall blue pearl granite monument and a lighted water fountain, surrounded by granite benches and tables with gazebo's, a drinking fountain, also a storyboard, and a fireplace.
The parks landscaping includes flowers and trees to create shade and beauty for visitors to enjoy.
The park also features walkway paths paved with engraved granite paver stones celebrating Four Corners tour finishers, participants, and park supporters.
A must see for motorcyclists.
- Joe LaChance (7/27/11)
This road does provide lots of very nice scenic views and towns, be sure to try out some of the finger roads leading to the water.
Carry a good road atlas, remember this is Maine, you can't always get there from here.
Be advised it is a traffic nightmare in many areas especially during the summer season.
Fridays and weekends are the worst.
- Anonymous (8/5/08)
I have ridden this route several times in part and the whole route twice.
It's a fantastic motorcycle road.
From Bath to Calais is along the coast and very scenic.
You have to pay attention to the posted speed limits, because you'll be doing 50-60mph when all of a sudden you'll come to a beautiful little coastal town and the speeds can drop to 25mph real quick.
Lots of great looking old homes in these towns.
Once you pass Calais heading north the traffic really thins out to almost nothing depending on the day of the week and season.
Great views when you get to a place called Butterfield Landing or Haynesville on the map.
The beautiful Grand Lake is to your right (east) and Mt. Katahdin about 50-60 miles away is on your left.
And from there to Fort Kent is one of the best 2-lane blacktops I've ever had the pleasure to ride.
- 'Snowman', Saint John, NB, Canada (12/19/07)
Road follows the Maine coast with several scenic turn-offs and little tourist type stores.
- Rider from Baileyville, Maine