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Maine is one of the first colonies of the America's and as such has a plethora of historical significance. At The Bethel Inn Resort you can arrange a historical tour of the Bethel Historical Society’s Regional Historic Center, hike the White Mountain National Forest, or enjoy the Mount Washington Auto Road where you can drive to new heights. ... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 132 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Bethel
- Nearby Water Androscoggin River
- Open Dates All Year
A rich history is part of the fabric of Bald Mountain Camps Resort. The Philbrick Family is a second generation owner, carrying on a proud tradition. Also nearby, the Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum has lots of information about the history and development of the area.... more
The Rangeley Inn is the last surviving historic country inn In the western lakes and mountains of Maine. It was built at a time where wealthy guests came by train from New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania to escape the noise and bustle of the city and enjoy the serenity, beauty and wildlife of the Rangeley Lakes Region.... more
The resort was first established in 1938 as a stopping point on one of the nation's first auto roads through the White Mountain National Forest. Route 113 was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression, and by 1936 the "wheel road" from Cold River valley to Gilead and the Androscoggin river valley was finally completed.... more