Bethel - Sunday River area Vacation Rentals
While mostly known for the winter adventures that abound at the Sunday River Ski Resort, the Bethel area of Maine is an all-season vacation destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you decide to stay in Bethel or one of the surrounding towns, your vacation will certainly be filled to the brim with a variety of recreational pursuits as this stunningly scenic area calls out to you to explore its wonders.
The Sunday River Ski Resort is the main attraction for winter guests of Bethel vacation rentals
with its 127 trails that are designated 25 percent Novice, 35 percent Intermediate, and 40 percent Advanced/Expert. Offering eight interconnected peaks that provide distinct skiing experiences, those looking for a thrill can take on the challenging terrain of Oz, while those searching for a relaxing glide down the mountain can head to Jordan Bowl or North Peak.
In addition to the fabulous skiing on the mountains, snowboarders will find five terrain parks and two pipes that offer various degrees of difficulty so everyone can improve their skills or learn a new trick. Guests of Bethel rentals who want an exciting yet relaxed day on the mountain can head to the White Cap Fun Center for snow tubing on the two thrilling runs or ice skating around the lighted rink.
Warm weather visitors who want to explore the fabulous scenery of Western Maine can stay in a Newry vacation rental
that is conveniently located close to the Grafton Notch State Park. With 3,000 acres of naturally stunning terrain, it is the perfect place for a picnic, hike, or sightseeing excursion in search of Screw Auger Falls and Mother Walker Falls. There are both short and long day hikes and visitors can also walk along the Appalachian Trail, which passes through the park on its way to Mt. Katahdin.
Guests of Bryant Pond vacation rentals
who want to learn a little more about the history of the area can head to the nearby Bryant Pond Telephone Museum or the Woodstock Historical Society Museum. The Woodstock Historical Society Museum is a renovated barn, owned by Capt. Dearborn, that contains old furniture, pictures, and a research library, while the Bryant Pond Telephone Museum has original phone directories, manual toll recording stamps, and reflective notes.
Visitors of Greenwood vacation rentals
can enjoy the many outdoor adventures of Western Maine, including fishing in the Androscoggin River and hiking the nearby Mt. Will Trail or the Evans Notch section of the White Mountain National Forest. Guests of Hanover vacation rentals
will also find numerous opportunities for excitement with canoeing and kayaking on the Androscoggin and Ellis Rivers and mountain biking on forest roads.
The Bethel area is more than just a winter ski destination, it is a year-round outdoor wonderland of activities and adventure that is perfect for your next getaway vacation. Begin your search for the perfect Bethel or Sunday River vacation rental today and experience all the opportunities for excitement that Western Maine has to offer.