2018 Official Maine Camping Guide - 48
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Western Lakes & Mountains
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* The McLaughlin Foundation Paris is
one of the most beloved gardens and
arboretums in Maine. It was started in
1936 and is full of wildflowers, perennials and 98 varieties of lilac.
* A wildlife viewing blind at the southern end of the White Mountain National
Forest near Bethel now offers visitors an
opportunity to observe a 25-acre wetland complete with wildlife.
* Maine's history is on display at the
Washburn-Norlands Living History Center in Livermore. The 430-acre farm
presents rural life during post-Civil War
days from the perspective of those who
actually lived at the time.
* The 1870 Sunday River Bridge
near Newry is one of Maine's most
photographed and painted covered
* The Farm and House Museum in Wilton houses a collection of shoemaking
and farm tools, an extensive bottle col-
lection, an exhibit featuring Sylvia Hardy, Maine's Giantess and memorabilia
of G.H. Bass, the originator of Bass Shoe.
* The Cascades in Rangeley is an impressive natural gorge and waterfall and
nearby Small Falls has a stairway built
along the Sandy River for exceptional
* Maine's Paper & Heritage Museum in
Livermore Falls teaches the history of
the paper industry along the Androscoggin River and its surrounding communities, offering educational programs and
events to the public. We invite you in to
learn how paper is made.
* The Shaker Museum in the Sabbathday
Lake Shaker Village of New Gloucester is
the last Shaker community in the country. Shaker furniture, inventions, early
American tools, tin and woodenware,
textiles and fancy goods are displayed.
* Oxord Casino - table games and slot
* The Nordica Homestead Museum in
Farmington is the 1857 homestead of
19th-century opera singer Lillian Nordica and features spectacular gowns,
stage jewelry, opera scores and personal items.
* The Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary in
Lewiston is a 372-acre preserve considered one of New England's largest bird
and small-animal sanctuaries.
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