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Grafton Notch State Park borders Maine Route 26 between Upton and Newry. Several hiking trails extend through this spectacular, scenic area at the end of the Mahoosuc Range. The 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail passes through the park on the way to the trail's northern terminus, Mt. Katahdin. Sights include Screw Auger Falls, Spruce Meadow, Mother Walker Falls, Old Speck Mountain, and Moose Cave. Facilities include picnic tables and grills. A main artery snowmobile trail (ITS 82) traverses the park and is maintained by a local snowmobile club.

Location: Upton Maine Telephone 207-824-2912

Other Maine State Parks nearby:
(Upton) Grafton Notch State Park
(Weld) Mount Blue State Park

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