Bethel, Oxford Hills – A place you must not fail to visit

If ever you are planning to make a trip to the United States, you should visit to the city of Bethel, located in Oxford Hills. This is one of the beautiful cities amidst the mountainous region.

The city has everything one requires. Right from scenic properties to sporting adventure, you have them all. Skiing, hiking, golf, all types of games are available for you and your family members to enjoy at any time during the day. This beautiful city of Bethel was founded in the year 1855 by North Fair Field and is located 80 Kms. South-West of Hartford. The neighboring cities of Bethel are Brookfield, Danbury, Redding, Newtown flank and Hartford. One of the most famous places one should visit in this beautiful city is David W. Deakin Educational Park. There are 2 ski areas known as Mt. Abram and Sunday River. In the past, the city of Bethel was named Sudbury and it was later that the name was changed to Bethel.

There are plenty of tourist attractions which will leave mesmerizing memories in the minds of the visitors. They are Sunday River Ski Resort, Big Adventure Center, Grafton Notch State Park, Goose Eye Mountain etc. Bethel is considered to be a rare combination of forestry, farming, manufacturing, tourism and wood products. In the last 10 years, this city has become the home for many active professionals and retirees who have chosen to settle in this beautiful city as compared to the metropolitan cities.

The leading paper of Bethel is ‘The Bethel Citizen’. The nearest airport is known as ‘Bethel Regional Airport’. Over the last century, Bethel has experienced an unexpected influence from the outside world inspite of this town being very small in size. The number of people living in this city as per census taken in 2010 numbered 6,080 people.

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