Article on Grafton Notch State Park, describing Old Speck and Baldpate mountains
Article on Grafton Notch State Park, describing Old Speck and Baldpate mountains, the Bear River, and Screw Auger Falls Gorge, and noting that May is an ideal time to visit the area. The park encompasses 25,000 acres of undeveloped wilderness, and offers visitors miles of hiking trails, but also allows motorists to see stunning sites right from the car. Andrew Haskell, the park's head ranger, says that the area's geology is especially impressive, boasting three gorges that fill with winter runoff in the springtime. Roughly 80,000 people visit the park annually.
Grafton Notch Stte Park, State parks and reserves
Vietze, Andrew, "Article on Grafton Notch State Park, describing Old Speck and Baldpate mountains" (1997). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 2478.
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