This township is just west of Garfield Plantation, both of which are within the North Maine Woods management area. The American Realty Road crosses the northeast corner and the Pinkham Road crosses the southeast corner. Both continue extensively westward through the management area. There are no lakes in the township.
The Machias River (North) flows eastward under the Machias River Bridge on the Pinkham Road to connect with the Aroostook River in Ashland.
Beaver Sprague Campsite is off the Realty Road at Greenlaw Stream. Accessible for camper trailers, is contains three individual campsites, each with a picnic table, a picnic table shelter and a fireplace. One privy serves all.
Machias Bridge Campsite lies just east of the bridge on the north side of Pinkham Road. It features two campsites (on a high bank overlooking the river), two fireplaces, two picnic tables, and a privy. Access, including camper trailers, is from the Pinkham Road.
Both sites are authorized by North Maine Woods.
McConnell Brook rises near Orcutt Mountain in the northwest of the township and joins the Machias River (North) in the southeast. The interior has many unimproved dirt logging roads accessible from either Pinkham Road in the southeast or Realty Road in the north.
Just beyond the Machias River (North) bridge, the Jack Mountain Road begins on the right at the fork in the Pinkham Road. Pinkham turns south to T10 R7 WELS; Jack Mountain heads northwest to T11 R8 WELS.