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                World renown, the McLaughlin Garden   Historic Paris Hill gives you a glimpse of   Iconic Maine Signpost - At the junction
          1    and Homestead features mature    2    a bygone era first settled in the 1770s.   3  of Routes 5 and 35 in Lynchville, the
               collections of hostas, daylilies, astilbes,   A drive by will show you the iconic 1838   sign is a jumping-off place to see the
         iris, phlox, sedum, cimicifuga, sempervivums, and   Baptist Church, the Hamlin Library and Museum (in   state without a passport.  The sign directs visitors
         over 200 lilacs beneath a canopy of mature   the old Jail from 1822), the 1850 Academy Building,   to real towns in Maine...Poland, Paris, Naples, etc.
         deciduous and coniferous trees.      and the Paris Hill Historical Society that houses   First erected in the 1930’s.
                                              historic artifacts and offers archives for research.














          4    The Oxford Casino is southern Maine’s   5  Snow Falls – The Little Androscoggin   6  Celebration Barn- This immersive
                                                                                           physical theater center draws artists from
                                                     River cuts its way through a narrow
               only casino offering gaming tables and
               slot machines for round the clock fun—  and winding gorge at Snow Falls in   around the world who are seeking to
         24/7. Take in the new brew pub and the Oxford   West Paris. At this special scenic spot, there’s a   train and create their own works. The theater is a
         Casino Hotel that opened in 2017. Guests must be   fine picnic area, complete with trails on both sides   beautiful, restored horse barn in the woods of Maine.
         21 years of age at this one stop gaming center.  of the gorge with walls up to 30 feet in height.   Artists are in residence throughout the summer and
                                              Fenced in areas make this stop family friendly.   you’ll find a weekly series of performances bring
                                                                                    world-class touring artists and local audiences
                                                                                    together to share one-of-a-kind experience.













               With access to miles and miles of trails,   Winter Outdoors - Downhill enthusiasts   Home to more than 10 lakes and ponds,
          7    the outdoor adventurer has endless   8  will enjoy the nearby slopes at Mt.   9  the Oxford Hills offers a variety of water
               possibilities. From going on a family-  Abram in Greenwood with its five lifts,   activities from swimming to boating to
         friendly hike to riding the trails on your mountain   44 trails and a vertical drop of 1,150 feet. The   fishing and lake side camping. Don’t miss the gem
         bike or ATV vehicle, you can explore the great   mountain’s gentle and rolling terrain provides one   of the Oxford Hills, Lake Pennesseewassee, also
         outdoors right here in the Oxford Hills.   of the best learning areas in New England. This   known as Norway Lake, which is about five miles
                                              peak is family friendly and affordable. Not a   long, a half mile wide, and measures nearly 12
                                              downhill skier? Don’t worry, Carter’s X-C Ski   miles around its perimeter. It has a maximum depth
                                              Centers in both Oxford and Bethel offer cross   of 48 feet and a mean depth of 18 feet.
                                              country skiing and snowshoeing for the whole
                                              family. The Oxford Hills is also part of the Maine
                                              ITS snowmobile trail network.
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