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Fryeburg Maine Vacation Guide

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



Fryeburg, known as the oldest town in Oxford County, is a town of tradition and wholesome values. It is a prime example of beautiful Maine countryside, and sits on the border of several accessible lakes, a great place to vacation in Maine. Fryeburg’s claim to fame lies in its annual Fryeburg Fair. Held in October, the fair celebrates craftsmanship and local artistry. The fair is a weeklong event, filled with art exhibitions and animal shows. It draws visitors from all over New England because of its size and grandeur.  Whether you plan to visit the fair or not, Fryeburg has beautiful places to stay. Hotels like the Oxford House Inn showcase the town’s hospitality and natural beauty. Fryeburg truly allows visitors to experience the tradition of Maine.

Things To Do And Places To Stay In Fryeburg Maine

Oxford House Inn: Maine Inn - Bed & Breakfast with spectacular views in the Maine lakes and mountains region and Mt. Washington Valley.

The Olde Saco Inn: Relax and enjoy our 65 acre retreat nestled on the banks of The Old Saco River.

Roundwood Studio: One of a kind collectible dollhouse miniature accessories.

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Source: Maine Vacation Guide

About The Author: Laura G



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