Enjoy Franklin County, Maine...hiking, kayaking, swimming, photographing the scenery or shopping downtown!
Franklin County, Maine is a unique blend of sophisticated culture and laid-back charm amidst natural beauty. Have you ever wanted to stroll down a vibrant downtown area while visiting local galleries, unique shops and eateries and within the same mile be able to walk down beautiful trails within miles of tranquil forest? How about hike a glacial rock formation and ride a train on a track that's more than a hundred years old, all within the same day? With our many pristine lakes and breathtaking mountains, it's not hard to explore or discover your favorite outdoor experience.
While you are in Franklin County take time to:
- Eat at one of the many restaurants.
- Shop in the unique local shops.
- Enjoy one of the many festivals, concerts or events.
- Explore the area's history in a local museum or historical society.
- Extend your stay by spending a night.
Thank you to our Tri-Chamber event sponsors: Complete Dentistry, Franklin Savings Bank, Senior Planning Center, Bangor Savings Bank, Otis Federal Credit Union, Main-land Development Consultants, Key Bank, Ted Berry Co., Emera Energy-Rumford Power, Wilson Lake Inn, Wilton Lion's Club, Boothby Orchards.
Summertime is Festival time in Franklin County.
Check our calendar of events for details on the many longtime favorite festivals from Wilton Blueberry Festival, Kingfield Days, Phillips Old Home Days, Summer Fest or the Farmington Fair. Find a fair with your kind of flair!
The Foothills Fest is new event this summer with the area's many artisans, businesses, and musicians! Highlights include Stanley Steamers, 60 foot inflatable obstacle course and Cory & Stormy from WCSH6. Saturday, August 26, 2017 from 10am - 6pm Farmington Fairgrounds, Farmington, Maine
Franklin County Relay for Life- The American Cancer SocietyLearn More
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life event is a life-changing experience that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to Celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, Remember loved ones lost, and Fight Back against the disease.