The Easton – River de Chute Border Crossing links the towns of Easton, Maine to Wicklow, New Brunswick. Before the 1950s, the Easton border station used to located on Curtis Road. When it was closed, the CBP moved the station to Ladner Road which is further north. Ever since this move, the CBP has used a small mobile trailer as its station. It was only in 2012 when the agency was able to finally build a new facility that has state-of-the-art remote video surveillance and extensive site lighting. The CBP also paved the road and widened it to accommodate two lanes of incoming and outgoing traffic.
Hours of Operations & Wait Times
The Easton port of entry is open to all vehicles daily from 8 am to 4 pm (EST). The River de Chute border station, on the other hand, is open to passenger vehicles every day from 9 am to 5 pm and commercial vehicles on weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm, except for holidays. Please take note that the gates are blocked whenever the border stations are closed.
The Easton – River de Chute border crossing is a lightly traveled land port that rarely experiences wait times or delays. If you want to monitor border wait times on your trip, you can do so by getting the CBP Border Wait Times app (Google Play or iTunes) or the CanBorder app.
Weather, Traffic & Road Conditions
Traffic is usually light when crossing the Easton – River de Chute port of entry with less than 11 vehicles passing through each day. For those traveling to Maine, you can get up-to-date information on weather-related road conditions, traffic, constructions, and other incidents by calling the state’s travel information hotline – 511 or 866-282-7578 (calls from outside Maine). The state’s interactive map online is also a good source of traffic information. For those heading to New Brunswick, traffic advisories and road construction reports are also accessible via a hotline – 511 for callers inside the Canadian province and 800-561-4063 for those calling outside of New Brunswick.
Contact & Directions for Your Trip
To learn more the Easton – River de Chute border crossing, you can contact the customs officials at the border using the phone numbers listed below. You can also drive to this port of entry by following our directions and the map posted below.
Find Directions to the Border Crossing on the Map
Address & Phone Numbers
- U.S.: Ladner Road, Easton ME 04740
- US Customs: (207) 488-6958
- Canada: 205 Smugglers Road, River De Chute NB E7H 4X5
- Canadian Customs: (506) 276-4784
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Things to Know About Easton – River de Chute Border Crossing:
- The small town of Easton has several ATV and snowmobile trails that are connected to the Interconnected Trail System (ITS).
- Presque Isle, the largest city in Aroostook County, Maine, is just 15 minutes away from Easton where the Nordic Heritage Center is located. Here, you can cross-country ski and mountain bike for free. Other activities that might be of interest include shopping, hunting, fishing, and hiking.
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