Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls sit on the edge of Maine’s western mountains and at the gateway of several ski areas. Spruce Mountain Ski Slope in Jay is a blast from the past where you rise 300 vertical feet to the summit via three rope tow lifts. Warm weather exploration will take you to the nearby Androscoggin River, with canoeing, kayaking, or bass fishing. You can also take the Source to Sea Canoe Trek to explore the river. In Jay, you can hike to scenic river overlooks of the river at Pine Island Park or along a one-mile trail through an orchard at North Jay’s White Granite Park.
Head over to the 14-mile Whistlestop Trail, which starts off Route 4/17 in Jay across from French Falls and ends in West Farmington. This trail accommodates virtually all forms of motorized and non-motorized recreation. Livermore is home to the Washburn–Norlands Living History Center, a 455-acre complex that includes restored structures ranging from a one-room schoolhouse to farm structures to a Victorian Mansion. Learn firsthand about living and working in the late 1800s in Maine.
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