Grafton Notch State Park
Grafton Notch is a notch, or mountain pass, located in Oxford County, Maine. The notch demarks the northeastern end of the Mahoosuc Range, and thus of the White Mountains. Maine State Route 26 passes through the notch. Grafton Notch
great local hiking with great views, also unique waterfalls which allows bathing
This is worth the 1 hour drive out past Bethel. Easy access to a beautiful waterfall, trails and picnic areas in the White Mountains.
Grafton Notch State Park is a public recreation area in Grafton Township, Oxford County, Maine. The state park occupies 3,129 acres surrounding Grafton Notch, the mountain pass between Old Speck Mountain and Baldpate Mountain.
“You can find everything from Donuts to Steak - great brew pub with full bar.”
“Mount Abram is a small family ski area in Greenwood, Maine, located a few miles outside of Bethel, Maine, and the Sunday River Resort. It has 1,150 feet of vertical drop, with five lifts servicing 10 easy, 21 Intermediate, and 13 expert trails. This is the mountain you can see at the intersection of Vernon and Tyler.”
“Breakfast upstairs & Suds Pub For dinner & live music downstairs! ( Try the chicken parm .. My Fav !)”
“This place is so much fun for the a friends night out to a family night out. ”