Houlton Webcams



  1. Love looking at this camera from time to time…….reminds me of my four years there at HHS and the wonderful people I worked with and met!

  2. Retiring in 18 months and relocating in Linneus and it can’t come fast enough to enjoy the wonderful state of Maine!!! We’d rather have snow than THIS RAINE!!!

    1. Hello Kevin, I bought 13 acres in Linneus , Im new to Maine and Im planning on building a cabin soon. I loved it there nice and quiet .

      1. That whole area is beautiful. I grew up there and miss it. It’s just too darn far away from the arts. I enjoy the hustle and bustle of downtown Boston and the short drive back to New Hampshire. In Houlton newcomers are treated as such. You will be considered “from AWAY” for at least 10 years. But if you stare at their shoes they will sculk away and go out to their beat up rusted pickups. Walmart is a popular destination point in Houlton. Marden’s is even better!

  3. I always enjoy checking in on my hometown in the morning as I catch up on the daily news. I spend summers nearby and appreciate what Houlton still offers. Thanks for maintaining this site.

  4. Thanks so much for maintaining this webcam. I hope to one day have a house in your beautiful state of Maine. For now, I have to get my dose of “Maine Medicine” via the Houlton webcam. I lived my entire life in a state which had four seasons until 8 years ago. You can’t imagine how much one can miss the changing of Autumn leaves and waking up to a silent snow fall. Thank you again for providing us a little peek into your beautiful state. All the best!

  5. Beautiful snowfall early this morning. Lovely looking at the square covered in white. Grateful for the Houlton Webcam!

  6. Thank you so much for having this webcam.I live in Florida and my daughter and grandkids live there.I love to see what kind of weather they are having up there on any day.I also like to see the parades and things going on in the area.I sure would love to see some more webcams other places as well.

  7. It’s 7:30 Saturday night I’m looking at the empty square. Back in the late fifties that square would have been crowded with shoppers and movie goers. Guys would get to town early to get the parking space at the corner of court and Main Street to watch and holler at the girls. Kinda sad to see now but that’s progress. Still a sight to behold. Great memories. Thanks for the cam.

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