Rumford is a town in Oxford County, Maine, United States. The population was 5,841 at the 2010 census. Rumford is home to both Catalyst Paper's Rumford Mill and the Black Mountain of Maine ski resort.
Restaurants in Rumford
2.5 based on 17 reviews
We are a hot air balloon business providing passenger fun flights for over 30 yrs.! Gift Certificates available. We fly in Maine and Massachusetts as well as Canada, May through October each year. Contact us for an unforgettable experience-the adventure of a lifetime.Weddings, Parties and Tether Events are a unique way to celebrate with style. Balloon Banner advertizing is a way to get your logo or message on a "flying Billbboard"! Call us Today!
My husband bought a two person ride for us last Christmas. WE finally went today and it was a great experience!!! Especially beautiful with the fall foliage. We left out of Shrewsbury, MA and landed in Upton, MA. What a great way to start the day!!!
5 based on 25 reviews
49 Franklin is a renovated, former, Methodist Church. Owners Scot and Cindy Grassette have modified the space into a beautiful reception hall perfect for your dream wedding, anniversary or other milestone events. Grapevine Catering provides delicious options that will impress your guests and make your event unforgettable!The Mystic Theater is on the second level accessible from the rear parking lot. It hosts Comedy, Magic, Music Performance art and Live theater. The Paper Moon Players, directed by Keith A. Grassette have produced The Odd Couple (female version), The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, and Steel Magnolias.49 Franklin is ADA Accessible on both floors
Memories are made @ the Franklin. These folks have nailed the space. 2 options for different size shows.. upstairs is a smaller more intimate shows. The larger cathedral ceiling downstairs is open and airy. 49 Franklin has a wide variety of performers and events. World...MoreThank you so much for the nice review! We appreciate your comments! Scot and Cindy
4.5 based on 12 reviews
This community owned alpine and Nordic ski resort is open Friday,Saturday and Sunday.1000 foot vertical drop, nicely designed runs, a separated beginners area, tubing, and incredibly low prices. South facing so lots of sun.
And...you can rent the entire resort for $1200 for a day. How cool is that?
4 based on 19 reviews
The Spring time is the best chance to catch the Falls at their full glory.
But, often after a wet period with significant rain fall the falls will burst into action. These falls are accessed by several park and walk fascilities and are free to the public.
Often lit at night the Falls become a magical cross over between man and nature.
The thundering torrent can be felt thumping in your chest and will amaze you as you feel the spray and hear the rushing, growling tempest as it turns to white foam as the volume of river ascends from above. "Locals Tip" at low water or when no water is coming over the dam the upper pools can be accessed by Scrambling down the South bank off of the old railroad grade. These huge potholes hold all kinds of fish and make for a rare glimpse into the geologic history of how these Falls where created.
4 based on 10 reviews
Where were coming back from a bike ride from Rangeley and was starving. We passed this place unexpectedly and saw the big sign outside Today $5.00 burgers and that is just what we were in the mood for. What a great find. Service from the bartender was fast and friendly. We had drinks in just a few short minutes and 2 AMAZING hamburgers with house made chips that we could not stop eating in about 10 minutes. Cooked to perfection. The atmosphere is very nice and very clean. Wish I would have taken a picture but I did get one of our meal and the outside of the building. If you're driving by, be sure to stop in for a wonderful meal. We know we will for sure on our trip next year.
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