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Maine Things To Do Waterfalls: Discover Maine's Natural Wonders
Posted by mainetodo on Saturday, March 08 @ 17:55:43 EST

Summer & Fall: Maine has some spectacular waterfalls and they are more plentiful than you may think. Last fall, we ventured through Greenville in search of Gulf Hagas. This waterfall happens to be known as “the grand canyon of Maine” which is appropriate considering this is one of the states largest waterfall. The whole area was just beautiful with the fall leaves creating a canopy of color and the sound of the water rushing over the fall. The hiking trails into the falls are lined with the most amazing great white pines and there are places to sit on the banks of the gorge and actually swim in the pool below the falls. The whole scene is just beautiful and really makes you appreciate what we have for natural resources in this state. Another waterfall that I have visited is Moxie Falls. This waterfall is very majestic with again some of the largest pine trees lining the pathways in and around the falls. The peaceful hike into the falls area is filled with wildlife which can be spotted clearly from the trails. Sitting on the edge of the water on that hot summer day we could feel

the cool midst coming from the rushing water. It was the perfect place to enjoy some down time. Wilson Falls in Monson is another one of my “must visit” waterfalls and is considered one of the highest falls in Maine. The great thing about Wilson Falls is there is a wonderful campground that is at the end of the trails near Wilson Gorge. You and your family could spend the day and night right there enjoying this great waterfall. If you can’t camp overnight than you should at least bring a picnic. There are park benches near the falls as well if you just feel like stopping in and resting for a little while this is the perfect spot. Where ever you decide to go, there are plenty of great waterfalls in Maine for you to discover.

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