Named for Alexander Baring, an English Ambassador, who worked to settle the question of the northesatern boundary of Maine in 1842 with Daniel Webster. This town lies at the end of Route Nine, also known as "The Airline" and offers many outdoor opportunities. Don't miss a visit to the Baring Section of the Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge for seeing wildlife and hiking trails.
Registered Maine Guides can help you determine the best spots for enjoying nature in the area.
Municipal information on Baring Plantation