Paris Inn Motel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Paris Inn Motel South Paris
Travel Blogs from South Paris
... s largest city, the fair is easily accessible but still far enough from the city to feel authentic. The fair is open from September 27th to October 3rd and from 9am to 9pm. The signs directing you to the fairgrounds start as far as 5 miles away, so it is easy to find. There are two huge fields for parking. The parking lots are run by a sufficient amount of staff and parking is FREE! There is a ...
... 31 acre desert right down the road from the sometimes bustling downtown of Freeport but it’s there hidden away behind the trees. They are only open between May 5th and October 15th and I suggest going in the early season or the late season because the mica in the sand (glacier silt actually) reflects the sun and makes the desert 10-15 degrees warmer than the surrounding areas.
Driving down the road to The Desert of Maine you begin to wonder where you ...
... picky eaters from hot dogs, burgers to a little restaurant that has home cooked meals, and of course treats from pretzels to ice cream! The fair also has unique shopping from stores for motorcycle enthusiast, nature lovers, and jewelry. Good deals at some and others you question why they are so expensive. So bring a little shopping money! The rides are the most fun to many, with lines as long as the eye can see. Including kiddy rides to rides that go upside down and ...
... soon as you get to the gate with all of the welcoming fair's employees. The first thing that's available for you to see are the animals. They are definitely not shy about how many critters they have to show you. From cows, bunnies, donkeys, sheep, pigs, horses, and many more. There is an animal for anyone's liking, to see or to purchase as well.
The first event I saw was the horse pulling. Not only were these horses beautiful, but they ...
... are judged in each of the three categories: appetizer, entree, and dessert only to be cooked in a cast iron pan. The park has found a way to benefit from Maine’s perfect camping weather, the growing popularity of cooking with cast iron, and the tradition of using cast iron to cook over a campfire by creating this fun event for all types of people. Anyone can attend the event and it is a great experience for tourists who are ...