Hermon is a town in Penobscot County, Maine
, United States. It is conveniently located just minutes to a major airport, shopping facilities
and less than one hour to beautiful Acadia National Park or the pristine Moosehead Lake region. Lodging and accommodations are plentiful and range from luxurious vacation rentals to cozier condo rentals.
The District No. 5 Schoolhouse (1880) is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Come to Jackson Beach and enjoy a day with your family
, there is also a picnic area and ample opportunity for fishing along the long stretch of beach! The kids and adults will enjoy this equally. There is some accommodation, vacation rental and condo rental options available close the beach.
Golfers should check out Hermon Meadows
, it is a Par 72, 18-hole course with tees for experts to juniors.
Ecotat Gardens and Arboretum (37 ha / 91 acres) is a non-profit gardens and arboretum
located on Route 2 in Herman and is open to the public without charge during daylight hours for tours, hikes, and cross-country skiing. The site is home to over 55 gardens containing over 1500 herbaceous species and 130 woody species. The Arboretum contains 280 varieties of trees.
Visitors staying in the local accommodations and vacation rentals during the winter will find the New Hermon Mountain, a small Maine family owned and operated ski area.
The resort offers a variety of terrain for beginners, intermediate and expert ski and snowboarders. There is have a chair lift and a t-bar as well as a tubing park with its own lift.
For visitors looking to experience Maine city life will find Bangor, not even 10mi away.
It is the major commercial and cultural center for eastern and northern Maine.
From accommodation, vacation rental, shopping and dining options, the city also hosts the Bangor State Fair. It is held starting the last Friday of each July, for more than 150 years, is one of the country's oldest fairs, featuring agricultural exhibits, carnival attractions, and live performances. Visitors should also not miss the Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race, a celebrated white-water event which begins just north of Bangor in the town of Kenduskeag, has been held annually for the last 40 years.