Welcome to the Historic St. Croix International Waterway Commission's website on the St. Croix Heritage River 

The St. Croix International Waterway Commission is an international, non-profit partnership that protects and enhances the health, heritage and beauty of a waterway shared between the Passamaquoddy Nation, Canada and the United States along the St. Croix River.

Since 1986, the St. Croix International Waterway Commission has been responsible for planning and facilitating management of the St. Croix boundary water system, which is designated a Canadian Heritage River. Learn more about our management plan.

Explore our site to discover what it is we do and what the St. Croix region has to offer for you!

Slideshow photos by B. Richardson.

Planning a Trip?

Visit our recreation section to learn about campsites, make reservations, planning your trip, water levels, how to buy a map, and more!

Starting in 2019, f you visit one of our Canoe In Sites (which are all free and no reservations required), send us an email or text to tell us about your visit with what site you visited, when and how many of you were there. This would be greatly appreciated, as it allows us to 

All site are open First-Come First-Serve from Labour Day until Victoria Day (September to May).  

From May to September, reservations are made through our website and it is open 2019 reservations on Monday, April 29th, 2019 at 9 AM AST; 8 AM EST.

baot launch at sunset
Learn more about rates, policies, and 
how to book.

Thank you! 

Now Hiring our 

2019 Recreation Team!

Do you want this to be your daily "office"?
Do you love being outdoors?
Do you canoe?
If so, then you want to come work for us

Here are the positions available:
1. Student Heritage River Recreation Staff
(June 24 - August 30) - One Position Available

2. Heritage River  Recreati
on Staff
(April 22 - October 4) - Three Positions Available.
3. Heritage River Recreation Staff Supervisor
(April 22 - October 4) - One Position Available

Each of these positions require you to be eligible to work in Canada and the US, have a valid driver's license and able to lift 50 pounds.

Interested? Please email your resume (No Cover Letter Required) to humanresou

Now Hiring our 

2019 Biology Team

SCIWC not only promotes the St. Croix River through our Heritage River Recreation Program, we also do various environment related scientific data collection. We collect water quality data, fish counts and pit-tagging. 

We are hiring for a Anadromous Fish Tagging Technician. Interested in assisting our Lead Biologist collect this data and gain experience in the field? Wonderful opportunity to conduct work for DFO, Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge,  International Joint Commission and PNB Environmental Trust Fund. 
This position requires you to be eligible to work in Canada and the US, have a valid driver's license and able to lift 50 pounds.
Please send your resume 
to humanresources@stcroix.org