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Farmington Maine Vacation Guide

By Laura - Freelance Writer - Article Added ( 09/07/2009 )



Farmington’s name says it all. This small town, primarily composed of farmland, showcases Maine’s true pastoral elegance. The town is home to one of Maine’s most popular learning institutions, the University of Maine at Farmington. The presence of the college adds life and culture to the peaceful town. Farmington provides a great place to stay during the summer. If you are interested in renting out farmland, the local Farmer Rental Property can help to get you situated. Few places can boast as many sources of organic and fresh food as Farmington can. With farms like Marble Family Farms, quality produce is always available. For a true taste of country living, Farmington is the place to vacation.

Things To Do And Places To Stay In Farmington Maine:

Mount Blue Motel: We are located in Maine's Western Mountains, directly off of Routes 2 and 4, approximately two miles west of downtown Farmington and the University of Maine, Farmington.

Mainestone Jewelry: We specialize in Maine gemstones such as tourmaline, amethyst and aquamarine.

Marble Family Farms: We grow hay, salad greens, vegetables, free range eggs, and produce many other items both in our greenhouses and outside.

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Source: Maine Vacation Guide

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