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... where we are currently holidaying lakeside in another beautifully positioned and furnished holiday home with its own little jetty and beach. Bridgton is a low key holiday town, with a long history and has some lovely old wooden buildings and houses. Alan ...
... into catering mainly toward tourists with the ‘urbanization’ of the small town. However, those that question Bridgton’s preservation of history needn’t go further than 383 Portland Road, the location of the Bridgton Twin ...
Our Al and Lib home exchange in Bridgton was wonderful! It was spacious, with multiple decks and gorgeous views, right on the lake and close to the town. We played golf and walked in the woods, ate well, mostly at home but also again at an excellent ...
... (too dodgy to walk on at the moment). This morning it's snowing, great big flakes. We're about 5 minutes out of Bridgton which itself is a lovely little place with a great bookshop (which Stephen King frequents apparently), a covered bridge, artsy/old ...
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Bridgton, Maine, United States
Shawnee Peak Ski Area is All About Family Fun! Maine's largest family-owned ski area features 40 trails & glades, two terrain parks, 19 trail lit for night skiing, 5 lifts and 98% snowmaking. Great kids learning programs for kids ages 3-12. Learn-to-ski or snowboard programs offered every day of the season.
67 North High St. (Route 302), Bridgton, Maine, United States
112 Main, Bridgton, Maine, United States
Ingalls Road off Route 107, Bridgton, Maine, United States