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Tourism – Arts & Culture

A four-season destination, Franklin County has an array of cultural, historical, and recreational assets to appeal to visitors and businesses seeking the arts, history, and outdoor adventures. Our Historic Downtowns and Main Streets are beautiful and vibrant at all times of the year and our museums are full of information about our heritage.

Franklin County is home to one of the top ten golf courses in the country, exceptional ski resorts, and the Maine Huts & Trails system of 30 miles of trail corridor connecting three full-service lodges.

In addition to numerous biking, hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, and ATV riding opportunities in the area, Mt. Blue State Park is located at the base of Tumbledown Mountain on breathtaking Webb Lake, while the Rangeley Lakes region and scenic Sugarloaf have been attracting adventuresome outdoor travelers for many generations.

Learn more about recreation and arts/culture in Franklin County.