Located on the banks of winding Androscoggin River, Bethel has developed on the rolling Oxford Hills. White Mountain rough foothills back the city. It is not only year round resort but also a wonderful hub of educational center and wood production establishments. The renowned Gould Academy of Maine is established in this city giving it good recognition. Being in the heart of Oxford County, it is breadbasket of gemstones of Maine. A beautiful place amidst the mountains splendor of Maine!
City Bethel Alaska has everything that a city can hanker for. Right from sporting adventures to scenic properties, everything is in abundance. Skipping, jumping, Skiing make your afternoon full of thrill. It proves to be a perfect place for sports freaks. Hiking, swimming, and golfing, all varieties of sports are available here. Besides these, wonderful dining opportunities and movie theatre entertain both the inhabitants and the tourists. Incorporated as a city 200 years ago after changing to the current name from Sudbury, it has deep roots in history.
The city of Bethel was founded in 1855 in Northern Fairfield and it is 50 miles southwest from Hartford. Redding, Danbury, Brookfield and Newtown flank the city as its neighbors. David W. Deakin Educational Park is a famous place in this New England town. It has two great ski areas, Sunday River and Mt. Abram. It also provides nice golf courses and wonderful educational opportunities. The State-owned Bethel Airport is the regional transportation center.
As for tourists’ attractions, there are many which mesmerize the visitors. To name some of them: Sunday River Ski Resort, Grafton Notch State Park, Big Adventure Center and Goose Eye Mountain. Grafton Notch State Park contains the stunning views of waterfalls and caves.