Beginning at Lake Umbagog and then travelling south along the Moose Path Trail route through Berlin and Gorham, this river was critical to the woodland economy in the region. This river offers ample opportunity to catch Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Landlocked Salmon, and Smallmouth Bass.
A lovely lake offering over 125 acres of space for visitors to explore, boat, and fish. The fish stock includes Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Horned Pout (Bullhead), Northern Pike, and Black Crappie.
A fascinating museum, made possible by the Gorham Historical Society, packed with historical artifacts of local and regional significance. The museum even includes a model railroad and an exhibit where visitors may look into a caboose.
Experience the expanse Victorian home belonging to the late Dr. Irving Moffet and his professional offices from 1949 to 1993. This favorite also offers photographs, manuscripts, and other antique artifacts. This museum also offers a special archive of significant local and regional artifacts such as autographed books by Berlin area authors.
A prehistoric archaeological site in Berlin, located on the north-side slope of Mt. Jasper, which includes one of the only known evidences of mining by pre-contact Native Americans in the eastern United States.
Located in an 1868 church, this museum features fascinating artifacts and relics representing the history Jefferson. This little museum also hosts an annual Postcard Show and Sale which draws a crowd from all over New England.
An early 1900s Opera House which once hosted Vaudeville acts is now reopened for events such as Gorham Players Theater and Androscoggin Valley Hospital's Health Lectures. This opera house is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
An interactive museum housed within the historic Brown Company House from 1853 which detail Berlin's past. The property allows visitors to walk-through replica logging houses while being afforded waterfront views of the Androscoggin River.