Maine Relocation | Piscataquis County Overview
Maine Home Connection
Home Home About Us About Us Contact Us Contact Us
Buyers Sellers Stats Maine Blog Home Valuation Properties
Explore Communities
Search All Properties
Weekly Open House
Local Lifestyle Videos
Your Home's Value
Waterfront Real Estate
Relocation Services
Featured Listings
Home Finance & Mortgage
Retirement in Maine
Real Estate Investing
Featured Properties
Enter a keyword to search the site

Features & Services
Your Home's Value My Home's Value:
Receive a Report of  Your Home's Value 
New Construction Green Homes: 
Guidelines, Builders, Green Homes
Your Homes Value Market Insights:
Current Home Sales Reports & Statistics 
Sold Properties Sold Data:
View All Recent Home Sales History
Left-Marketing Home Marketing:
MHC Imagine More Home Marketing 
...Manage Your Account
Login Existing Users:
Login with your email address only
Existing Users New Users: 
Simple signup to view   all Maine properties.
Contact Us Contact Us:  
Call or email us with your questions.
Newsletter Signup

Maine Counties


Piscataquis County, incorporated in 1838, is one of Maine’s largest counties, encompassing 3,780 square miles of Maine and making it one of the largest counties east of the Mississippi River.

Piscataquis County, MaineThe county is land-locked and geographically located in the center of Maine, bordered by Somerset County on the West and Penobscot County on the East. The name Piscataquis is derived from an Abnaki word meaning "rapid waters." Piscataquis County is home to the 204,733 Baxter State Park, named after former Maine Governor Percival P. Baxter, who provided the land as a gift to the people of Maine.

Piscataquis County is known for its forests and lakes, which attract summer and winter visitors.

Baxter State Park is also home to Mount Katahdin, Maine's tallest mountain at 5,267 feet and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail and Moosehead Lake, Maine's largest lake. Slate mining and crafting is and continues to be a strong industry in Piscataquis County, from which John F. Kennedy’s gravestone was mined.

In 2002, the per capita personal income in Piscataquis County was $22,699. This was an increase of 27.2% from 1997. The 2002 figure was 73% of the national per capita income, which was $30,906.

3,770 square miles




Abbott, Atkinson, Beaver Cove, Bowerbank, Brownville, Dover-Foxcroft, Greenville, Guilford, Medford, Milo, Monson, Parkman, Sangerville, Sebec, Shirley, Wellington and Willimantic

Kingsbury and Lake View


Maine Infograph


Buying Your Home Heart and Mind Buyer Agency
Exclusive Services Agency Relationships Title Insurance
Home Buying Process Advice and Strategy
Affect of the Economy Determining A Price First Time Buyers Viewing Homes Second Homes Home Search Strategy Waterfront Real Estate
Common Forms
Selling Your Home Your Home's Value Home Marketing
Digital Photography High Definition Video Property Storyboard Virtual Staging Internet Marketing
Pricing Factors Advice and Strategy
Counteroffers Establishing a Price Listing Agreements Feng Shui Principles Considering Repairs Value of Improvement Choosing A Realtor Common Mistakes
Home Selling Process
Maine Maine History Maine Geography Maine Economy Maine Demographics Maine Education Maine Climate Maine Beaches
Maine Real Estate Blog
Home Valuation
Search for Properties Virtual Home Buying Hyper Local Search
Maine Communities Portland South Portland Scarborough Falmouth Cape Elizabeth Cumberland Yarmouth Old Orchard Beach Freeport Harpswell
Search For Homes Maine Map Search Detailed Property Search Search By Address Search By MLS Number
Open House
Local Lifestyle Videos
Home Valuation
Waterfront Real Estate Coastal Maine
Maine Coastal Properties
Maine Lakes
Maine Lake Properties
Casco Bay Islands Maine Rivers Waterfront - FAQ's
Relocation Services Relocation Package Maine Counties Quality of Life Education and Schools Art and Culture Property Tax Rates Common Relocation FAQs Moving Long Distance
Mortgage Center Calculator Mortgage Types Credit Scoring Fee & Closing Costs Mortgage FAQs
Retirement in Maine Retirement Planning Retirement Communities Changing Demographics
Real Estate Investing Vacation Homes 1031 Tax Exchanges Condos and Townhomes Remodeling: Cost vs Value