5 Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Masardis, Maine
Big Rock Ski Area

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Located in Mars Hill, ME (24 miles from Masardis)

Welcome to Big Rock, a big mountain experience with a small town feel; perfect for family fun.

(This excerpt provided by Big Rock Ski Area representatives)

Downhill Skiing
Nylander Museum

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Located in Caribou, ME (29 miles from Masardis)

The museum was originally designed to house the collections of Olof O. Nylander, a self-taught naturalist from Oremolla, Skifvarps, Sweden. Today the Nylander Museum houses the original Nylander collection and additional specimens and objects that have been donated, or are on loan to the museum.

(This excerpt provided by Nylander Museum representatives)

Patten Lumbermens Museum

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Located in Patten, ME (35 miles from Masardis)

The Patten Lumbermen's Museum was established to document Maine Logging History, by preserving the logging heritage and accomplishments of early inhabitants of the state of Maine. Exihibits at the museum include some of Maine's most notable contributions to the early mechanization of logging, including the Lombard Steam Hauler, Lombard Gas Hauler, and the Peavey Cant Dog.

(This excerpt provided by Patten Lumbermens Museum representatives)

Katahdin Woods and Waters

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Located in Stacyville, ME (39 miles from Masardis)

Spread across a wild landscape offering spectacular views of Mount Katahdin, Katahdin Woods and Waters invites discovery of its rivers, streams, woods, flora, fauna, geology, and the night skies that have attracted humans for millennia.

(This excerpt provided by Katahdin Woods and Waters representatives)

Hiking Nature X-Country Skiing
Baxter State Park

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Located in Millinocket, ME (60 miles from Masardis)

Percival P. Baxter was governor of Maine during the years of 1921-1924. He enjoyed fishing and vacationing in the Maine woods throughout childhood and his affection for the land and Maine’s wildlife were instrumental in his creation of a park for people of the State of Maine. He began to fulfill his dream of a park in the year 1930, with the purchase of almost 6,000 acres of land, including Katahdin, Maine’s highest peak. In 1931, Baxter formally donated the parcel to the State of Maine with the condition that it be kept forever wild. Over the years, Governor Baxter purchased additional lands and pieced his park together, transaction by transaction. He made his final purchase in 1962 (download map). Since then,additional purchases and land gifts have increased the Park’s total size to 209,644 acres.

(This excerpt provided by Baxter State Park representatives)

Hiking Nature Park

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