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All year-round, there is plenty of activity north of Sugarloaf, too! From a surprising variety of dining options to local stores and shops and live-music venues, Stratton- Eustis is not only a great place to stock up on supplies for your adventures but also a great place to spend the day!
Owner of the Stratton Plaza, Jeff Brickley talks about the upcoming annual Snow Softball as well as some events happening at the Stratton Plaza…
What a fun time! If you missed the 2016 Polar Blast in Stratton and Eustis make sure to put it on your calender for next year. Good times had by all. Chili Chowder Cook off, silent auction, Radar Runs, Rave X Snowmobile show, live music and so much more. Fun for the whole family!
The Polar Blast this weekend includes a show by the Rave X crew, which is great family entertainment whether or not you are a snowmobiler!! This show will be behind the Stratton Fire Dept. in Pepin’s Field at 2:30 Sat. Feb. 6, right downtown, with easy access to an exciting performance just ten minutes north […]
Cheryl & Amber shared info on their services on a recent live show, as a new member to the WSKI family! Whether you are a resident or regular visitor & want someone to do the cleaning for you, or you want to rent your property outright.. worry-free, or are looking for a place TO rent […]
Every summer, with the help of Flagstaff Area Business Association, the Town of Eustis & downtown Stratton Village is the site of “Family Fun Days”. With events for the whole family including a parade, food, music, bounce houses and more! Be sure to put it on your calender for next year: last weekend in June!
The Maine High Peaks are full of unique natural areas. The local waterfalls can make a great destination for a picnic, a quick hike or just enjoying the beauty of the area. In this short video we take you along to just a few of the hidden gems that can be found right here in […]
The ATV riding in the High Peaks Region is spectacular. Great scenery, awesome trails and good people. The Flagstaff Area ATV club maintains over 250 miles of trail. We went along with them for a ride and had a great time.
Local kids are always a source of pride for us in the western mountains of Maine, as we have seen many star athletes & wonderful people all around, grow up with the work ethic, outdoors appreciation, & willingness to set & achieve goals that drives us forward, no matter what life’s hassles throw at you! For […]
The Dead River was dammed in the 1950s to create Flagstaff Lake as a water storage facility for hydro power at a time when citizens had little to say about the demise of their village, farms, & life as they knew it on the north side of Bigelow Mountain. Betty Wyman was a girl at […]