Group Registration Permit Information
The Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region offers scenic vistas of the Atlantic Ocean and the White Mountains, along with unfragmented forests and watersheds that showcase years of land protection efforts. The Region also boasts more than 40 miles of trails used by an estimated 30,000 visitors each year. We do not always recognize the impact of any single person or group, but tens of thousands of visitors annually takes its toll. With your help we can protect the resources that make this area special and keep it worth coming back to for you, for other visitors, and for wildlife.
The information you provide will allow us to better track the activities that take place here and help ensure careful stewardship of the land. Furthermore, we will be better able to assist you plan your visit, verify that there are adequate facilities (e.g. parking, restrooms, etc.) and ensure there are no conflicts with other groups or activities.
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Beginning in 2007 those wishing to conduct a group event or an activity not covered by the posted Rules and Regulations on and around Mount Agamenticus will be asked to apply for a Special Use Permit from the Mount Agamenticus Steering Committee.
To assist the process, please follow these steps:
2. Fill out the Online Group Registration Form and submit upon completion. You may also send the downloaded hardcopy form if you prefer (e-mail is fine:
or use the fax or mailing address below).
3. You will receive a notification when your Registration Form has been received. If a Special Use Permit is warranted, you will then be requested to fill out and send in the full application.
4. Please be as thorough as possible when filling out this application and include any additional information that you think would help with the determination. You can fax the signed application form to the Conservation Coordinator at 207-361-1102 (This is a shared phone/fax line, please call ahead to assure fax is turned on.) or mail to:Conservation Coordinator, Mount Agamenticus Conservation Program, 186 York Street, York, ME 03909. Please allow at least two weeks to process your application.
Thank you so much for your cooperation and understanding. We hope this process will help ensure a safe and memorable visit, for you and for many generations to come. Please don’t hesitate to Contact us if you have any questions.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 20:57