Farmington Vacation Rentals near the University

Those who don't spend a lot of time in Maine may not be aware of Farmington house rentals and the area's attractions. Farmington is home to Nordica Memorial Homestead, Farmington Fair, and the University of Maine Farmington. Families, couples, and even groups of friends can find plenty to do around Farmington house rentals. Though Farmington cabins are inland, there are lakes and rivers nearby for water sports.

Farmington Vacation Rentals Are Nestled Around Canibas Tribe Land


The Canibas Tribe of Abenaki Indians once had their camps located at Farmington Falls. They used the fields for agriculture, specifically growing maize and potatoes. Eventually, the area became part of the British holdings with a fort built and used in the Revolutionary War. By 1781, a sawmill was built to provide income for those settling in the region. A few of the old buildings still stand so it's possible to drive from Farmington vacation rentals into downtown to see them. For instance, just a short drive from Farmington house rentals is the Franklin County Courthouse. Farmington lake rentals can also be considered a gateway to Rangeley Lake and Sugarloaf Mountain which the Sandy River Railroad, of the 1800s, was built to reach.

Farmington House Rentals Are Conveniently Close to Public Transportation Options


To reach Farmington house rentals, you have a couple of transportation options such as airport, ferry and train. Each of these transportation options are 80 miles outside of Farmington. The closest motorway is in Augusta, Maine at 35 miles away. Portland, at 80 miles away, is the nearest beach. Sugarloaf Mountain for skiing in winter is roughly 35 miles away. Near Farmington vacation rentals are the nine-hole Wilson Lake golf course, local restaurants, and a couple of bars.

Farmington Cabins Sleep Two to Four People


There are plenty of choices available when it comes to Farmington cabins and houses; the rentals can sleep between two and 13 people. If you want a romantic getaway, there are plenty of one-room vacation rentals that sleep two to four people. A larger group can find a six-bedroom house. These rentals have full kitchens, laundry facilities and entertainment centers; they also provide access to the forested area around them.

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