An article on Waterford in western Maine, made up of a handful of distinctive vi
An article on Waterford in western Maine, made up of a handful of distinctive villages. The town will celebrate its bicentennial this summer, and many of the colonial structures in its National Historic District appear much as they did 200 years ago. North Waterford is notably busier than Waterford, as it is one of the main thoroughfares for skiers on their way to Sunday River. Waterford has traditionally been home to summer camps for children and summer cottages. The Lake House was first opened to lodgers in 1797, and it later attracted guests with the Waterford Water Cure.
Vietze, Andrew, "An article on Waterford in western Maine, made up of a handful of distinctive vi" (1997). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 2469.