From Caribou- Route 89 East. From North or South- U.S. Route 1. From Canada- 375 in New Brunswick goes to 229 in U.S. and straight into Limestone.
There is never any heavy traffic, not even moderate traffic. So using a car is by far the easiest way to go. The central part of Limestone is very small, walking around town is very easy.
- Loring Air Force Base. It has a museum which can tell you about most of the activities that happened at the base. It is now mostly abandoned, with a Loring Job Corp Center, and a Humvee rebuild center. It was featured in the movie WarGames.
- [dead link] High School Sports Game. The Limestone Eagles have games in all kinds of sports. Soccer from August to October, Basketball from November to January, and Baseball and Track whenever the snow melts. There is a schedule at the school website.
- Trafton Lake. This campground hosts the 4th of July fireworks along with other events
- Spud Speedway. It's a 1/3-mile, paved circle race track. It's in Caribou, right outside of Loring. It cost $5 to get a seat in the main grandstands, but for $10 you can get into the pits. There are food stands in both spots.
- Rendezvous Restaurant, Eastgate Rd, ☎ .
The closest nightlife is over the border in Moncton.
- Loring Inn, 2501 Virginia pl., ☎ .
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