With roads leading past orchards, farmlands, ponds and amazing views of the mountains, the tri-town area of Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls offers a quick getaway or a relaxed style of living for the growing population.
Visitors to the area appreciate the relaxed pace and brilliant array of foliage colors that dominate the landscape in the fall. Wildlife is so plentiful that people forget seeing a moose in your backyard is not commonplace for everyone.
Stay awhile and enjoy all the area has to offer…
- Local farms sell fresh produce at roadside stands and offer pick-your-own strawberries and apples in season.
- Rich in heritage, the area is home to the Rocomecos, the largest tribe of Native Americans east of the Mississippi. The Holmes-Crafts Homestead, Firemen's Museum and 445-acre Norlands Living History Center highlight both the beauty and challenges of 19th Century life.
- The area's bountiful natural resources provide four-season recreational opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating, golfing, camping, hunting, hiking, alpine and Nordic skiing, and snowmobiling in unspoiled settings.
Click here for the official Jay-Livermore-Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce site.