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Welcome to Reed/Wytopitlock


Reed Plantation and the village of Wytopitlock are located on the east side leg of the Pine Tree Trail.  A remote, rural community, the village center sits near the Mattawamkeag River which flows all the way to the Penobscot. Santa Claus Hill is known by locals as a marker heading north, and is also the home to a Christmas tree farm.

The plantation was settled early in the 1830s by four families:  the Cliffords, Proutys, Plummers, and Rollins. One could also say the Spaulding family was heavly involved as the four wives of the original settlers were all Spaulding sisters from Dover-Foxcroft. Many of their descendants still make this area their homes to this day.


Thanks to Hanington Lumber Inc.'s support, and others like them, the nearly 500-mile Pine Tree Trail will be re-signed once again!


Town Contact

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Dial 911 for emergency services 

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