CORINNA
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CORINNA

A small town known for its hospitality and once a booming woolen mill town, Corinna is a great place to escape from the hustle and bustle and experience small town peace and tranquility.

DETROIT
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DETROIT

Traditionally an agricultural community, Detroit is home to Northeast Agriculture & Feed Commodities and a division of Walpole Woodworkers, a nationally known manufacturer of cedar outdoor furnishings and accessories.

DEXTER
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DEXTER

Dexter offers a municipal 9-hole golf course, driving range, public beach, campgrounds, picnic areas and a small regional airport. Dexter is the original home and namesake of the world famous Dexter Shoe Company.

ETNA
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ETNA

Quickly becoming popular in Maine, Etna is home to one of the few spirit distilleries in the State. Mossy Ledge Spirits is a popular destination on the weekends for people all over the state.

EXETER
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EXETER

Exeter is an agricultural community bordering Sebasticook Valley in the upper reaches of the Kenduskeag Valley. Exeter proudly boasts having more cows than people!

HARTLAND
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HARTLAND

Hartland is located on the edge of Sebasticook Valley’s wilderness, at the outlet to Great Moose Lake, a beautiful destination for sportsmen and recreational travelers in all seasons.

NEWPORT
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NEWPORT

Newport is located on Interstate 95 midway between Bangor & Waterville. Often referred to as the ‘Crossroads of Maine,’ Newport is a vibrant community in the heart of the Sebasticook Valley region and town residents enjoy access to shopping, employment opportunities and the regional airport.

PALMYRA
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PALMYRA

Palmyra is home to the Sebasticook Valley Chamber information building, located at the edge of the Walmart Super Center parking lot along Route 2.

PITTSFIELD
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PITTSFIELD

Pittsfield has long been a commercial and industrial center in central Maine. From its history as a mill town, the community has evolved into a diversified industrial center with church vestments manufacturing, engineering and construction firms, wood products manufacturing, applied value wood products and much more.

PLYMOUTH
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PLYMOUTH

Plymouth, located along Route 7 is home to the Plymouth General Store which serves today much as it did in the 1800s offering goods, services and conveniences to residents & travelers.

ST. ALBANS
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ST. ALBANS

St. Albans is nestled in a valley with a lake and mountains as a photogenic backdrop. The St. Albans Union Church marks the village center. The town is both a lakeside and farming community.

STETSON
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STETSON

Stetson is a rural, residential and recreational area on the edge of Sebasticook Valley. Home to many lifelong residents, it offers respite and recreation for commuters working in neighboring communities and for travelers and vacationers on the shores of Pleasant Lake.

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Sebasticook Valley

The Sebasticook Valley area is the gateway to The Maine Highlands region and the hub of where you want to be! There are 12 beautiful towns to choose from and each is unique in their own way. Every town in the valley lays claim to a major body of water including Big Indian Lake, Weymouth Pond, Corundel Lake, Etna Pond, Great Moose Lake, Lake Wassookeag, Nokomis Pond, Whites Pond, Pleasant Lake, Plymouth Pond, Round Pond, Sebasticook Lake, and Sebasticook River.

The Sebasticook Valley is conveniently located with easy access to Interstate 95 north and south, Route 7 to the coast and northern mountains, and Route 2 going east and west. We are one hour from the dynamic coast of Maine, as well as the Moosehead Lake area, and the Sugarloaf ski areas. We also offer 3 private airports within the valley. Our lovely valley is only 30 minutes from the Bangor and Waterville areas and Bangor International Airport.

The Valley has long been a destination for recreational travelers during all four seasons. Our recreation is diverse all year ‘round! You can experience the real Maine without the crowds and traffic. Snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice fishing are favorite activities during the winter months. Enjoy swimming, kayaking, canoeing, boating, fishing, hiking, camping, hunting, and ATV trail riding during the spring, summer, and fall seasons. We have wonderful bird watching areas and wildlife viewing, with loons, herons and eagles on our lakes, and moose and deer always nearby roaming our fields.

For family fun, every town in our valley plans summer activities. There are summer concerts, festivals, antique car shows, farmers markets, craft fairs, public suppers, fishing tournaments, and art shows. There are several campgrounds, vacation rental properties, and lodging options to accommodate you during your stay. Come to the valley and choose your fun!

Economic development is one of Sebasticook Valley’s top priorities. We strongly encourage industrial and commercial growth. Local government, development agencies, and the Sebasticook Valley Chamber of Commerce pride themselves on facilitating the development of the area, assisting businesses on any level and highlighting the numerous services, resources, and activities our valley has to offer.

With a strong sense of civic pride, “main street charm” , and a wonderful range of opportunities for business growth as well as the lifestyle you would like, we invite you to visit and see what our valley offers…. Come visit Sebasticook Valley and see all the amenities of big city living, but with country charm. Find your lifestyle…convenient to where you need to work and want to play. Come to stay and build your future with us!


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