DescriptionFirst settled in 1624, York is one of Maine's oldest, most historic places. Reminders of York's past include residential areas dating from the 18th century, Colonial churches, farmhouses with large woodpiles of white birch, stone walls along tree-lined streets and an old burying ground where quaint epitaphs are favorites for stone rubbings.
Ancient traditions are strong, but there also are new industries and plentiful facilities for recreation. The York River provides a setting for boating, and Agamenticus Mountain has facilities for picnicking, biking and hiking. George Marshall Store Gallery , 140 Lindsay Rd., includes rotating exhibits by local artists; phone (207) 351-1083.
Visitor InfoThe Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce 1 Stonewall Ln. YORK, ME 03909. Phone:(207)363-4422
Things to SeeMuseums of Old York