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Type of Attraction: County Fair
Reviewer: Cindy Clark
Date of Visit: September 27th, 2015
The Cumberland Fair is a Maine tradition, and has been a vibrant fall event for 144 years. Every year it grows in popularity and gives more and more people the chance to enjoy all the sights, smells, tastes, and sounds of the traditional American county fair.
Located just 20 minutes ...
Desert of Maine, Freeport, Maine
Type of Attraction: Desert
Reviewer: Harriet Wanning
Date of Visit: October 3rd, 2015
Many peoples first reaction to hearing about the Desert of Maine is somewhere a long the lines of, “really a desert in Maine? Must be man made.” The Desert of Maine is indeed a Desert, and no it is not man made. It is the result of a Glacier, poor farming, and over-grazing. You would not expect to ...
... horses as well as goats, sheep, swine, bunnies, poultry, llamas and alpacas. Some of these animals are used in events throughout the day including animal preforming and a pig scramble. The pig scramble includes piglets and children 8-10, the objective is to capture a piglet!
Food, shopping venders and rides is another exciting attraction at the Fryeburg Fair! Expensive but yet so good, the food at the fair taste almost priceless. They have plenty of options ...
... trip to the Cumberland Fair. Last year, only going for a couple of hours, I didn't get a chance to take in all of the fair's attractions and sights. Being a person originally out of state and moving into Maine, you hear how popular the Fall season is their fairs.
First walking out of the parking lot and to the ticket booth I paid $10 to get in, which is pretty reasonable for what you can do inside of the fairground. The atmosphere ...
... state park in Southern Maine to offer shared-use trails. The park is also famous for its Hawk sightings, spring time is the best time to watch Hawk migration. Bradbury hosts the annual “Feathers over Freeport” birdwatching event. The event includes a bird watching walk up Bradbury Mountain, educational displays, hawk workshops, games, and even ice cream! Bradbury Mountain State Park also hosts the Cast Iron Cook Off every ...