Proudly serving Buckfield, Harrison, Hartford, Hebron, Mechanic Falls, Norway, Otisfield, Oxford, Paris, Poland, Sumner, Waterford, & West Paris
Each week on "The Chamber Moment" we will be talking about events happening throughout the area along with many issues that the business community should be aware of. You will also get to hear from local business members and find out information about what the beautiful Oxford Hills area has to offer. We also will be discussing all the resources available to businesses throughout the 13 towns making up the Oxford Hills.
Comprised of the commercial districts of Norway, Oxford, and Paris, and complimented by the outlying villages of Buckfield, Harrison, Hartford, Hebron, Mechanic Falls, Otisfield, Poland, Sumner, Waterford and West Paris, the member towns of the Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce stretch from the borders of Lewiston-Auburn to the Mountains and Lakes Regions in Western Maine. If you live here, you know how breath taking the area is. If you are visiting, the people you meet -- and scenic beauty you see -- will make you want to stay longer!
The Oxford Hills has more than ten lakes and ponds, including Lake Pennesseewassee of Norway, Crystal Lake and Long Lake of Harrison, South Pond of Buckfield, and Upper Range, Middle Range & Lower Range Ponds of Poland -- all of which are havens for boating, swimming, fishing, ice skating, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and more! Streaked, Singepole, and Hawk mountains, among others, are hiking treks with vista views of Mount Washington and the Presidential Range. Additionally, Norway's Ordway Grove and Roberts Farm Preserve along with the Paris Cornwall Nature Preserve provide hundreds of acres of land for public use.
Whatever your reason for being in the Oxford Hills -- existing business, new business venture, community member, employee, or visitor -- the Oxford Hills Chamber wants to make your stay better! Please don't hesitate to let us know how we can help by calling (207) 743-2281, or emailing us at email@example.com.
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