Just south of Rangeley on Rt 4 you’ll find a state rest area (parking, picnic tables, bbq grills and some walking paths) to a magnificent set of waterfalls. In the spring you’ll find the falls raging and sometimes full of kayakers going over the falls. In the summer you’ll find tourists from all over the country stopping to enjoy the sights and take a load off. In the fall though, most of the tourists have headed back south, the leaves start to do their magical thing they do, and often fall rain storms will bring up the level of the water. So, if you’re in the area it’s a must stop that won’t disappoint! … oh, and keep a look out for Greggie’s glasses please. [Read more…]
We stopped by to chat with Lee’Ann at the Spillover Motel to find out more about some of the events coming up. Check it out! [Read more…]
Dave stopped by to update us as to what is happening and has happened with the town of Carrabassett Valley.. Check it out! [Read more…]
The Trust for Public Land, The Maine High Peaks Alliance as well as Senator Susan Collins came together in Phillips, Maine to celebrate the completion of the Orbeton Stream Project. This celebration got together the community of Phillips, local hikers, skiers, snowmobilers, atv riders and hunters to celebrate the perminant protection of almost 6,000 acres of working forest and trails around the Orbeton stream in Northern Franklin County… [Read more…]
We never run out of fun things to do with so many options, from the clear air & light-pollution-free night sky, to the history of the Valley Below the waters of Flagstaff Lake, adventures await for all ages and all interests! Come out & play!