The Bridgewater – Centreville border crossing is one of several ports of entry that Maine shares with the Canadian province of New Brunswick. It connects the town of Bridgewater, Maine to the town of Centreville, New Brunswick. Only a small number of vehicles pass through the Bridgewater port of entry with most of them being vacationers and locals.
Hours of Operations & Wait Times
The US border station is open 24/7 to both passenger and commercial vehicles. The Canadian border station is also open to passenger vehicles 24/7. However, commercial vehicles can only pass through from 8 am to midnight.
A relatively small amount of vehicles use the Bridgewater – Centreville port of entry, so you shouldn’t expect any delays. Travelers who want to get up-to-date information on border wait times, you can download the CBP Border Wait Times app on Google Play or iTunes or the CanBorder app.
Weather, Traffic & Road Conditions
The Bridgewater ME border crossing has a low volume of traffic. Less than 200 vehicles pass through each day. To get traffic updates as well as information on road conditions in Maine and New Brunswick, you can call the travel information service hotline – 511. Travelers can also check the weather forecast in Bridgewater here and in New Brunswick here.
Contact & Directions for Your Trip
To learn more about crossing the border at the Bridgewater – Centreville port of entry, you can get in touch with the customs officials on either side of the border using the information provided below. You can drive to the port using the directions and the map we’ve posted below.
Find Directions to the Border Crossing on the Map
Address & Phone Numbers
- U.S.: 454 Boundary Line Road, Bridgewater, ME 04735
- US Customs: (207) 425-2881
- Canada: 1449 Route 110, Royalton NB E7K 2E3
- Canadian Customs: (506) 276-3519
Things to Know About Bridgewater – Centreville Border Crossing:
- The small town of Centreville is known for hosting the heaviest motorsport in the world: the Super Power Pull.
- Around 15 minutes from Bridgewater is a campground, the Wilderness Pines Campground, where travelers can rent a cabin or park their RV to enjoy some time in the great outdoors. Some activities include fishing, swimming (lake or pool), and boat rentals.
- The small town of Bridgewater has two well-preserved historical buildings that are registered in the National Register of Historic Places – the Bridgewater Town Hall (1894) and Jail (1910).
Links of Interest
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