Western Lakes and Mountains Sights

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Artist's Bridge

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

In the town of Newry, make a short detour to the Artist's Bridge, located about 4 miles northwest of U.S. 2. It's the most painted and...

Bethel Historical Society Museum of Regional History

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Start your stroll in Bethel here, across from the Village Common. The center's campus comprises two buildings: the 1821 Robinson House...

Grafton Notch State Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Route 26 runs through this park, which stretches along the Bear River Valley 14 miles north of Bethel and is a favorite foliage drive.

Height of Land

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A direct but still stunningly scenic route from Bethel to Rangeley is U.S. 2 east to the twin towns of Rumford and Mexico. From the latter,...

Rangeley Lake State Park

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On the south shore of Rangeley Lake, this 869-acre park has superb lakeside scenery, swimming, picnic tables, and a boat ramp. ...

Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum

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Spruce railings and siding on the Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum's facade replicate a local taxidermy shop from about 1900.

Rufus Porter Museum and Cultural Heritage Center

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Local youth Rufus Porter became a leading folk artist, painting landscape and harbor murals on the walls of New England homes in the...

Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village

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Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village . Established in the late 18th century, this is the last active Shaker community in the world, with only...

Sebago Lake

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Sebago Lake . This is Maine's second-largest lake and provides Greater Portland's drinking water. Year-round and seasonal dwellings...

Sebago Lake State Park

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Sebago Lake State Park . This 1,400-acre park on the north shore of Sebago Lake is a great spot for swimming, boating, and fishing for...

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