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Fryeburg Maine is named for General Joseph Frye who gained distinction during the French and Indian War. In 1763 Frye was given a land grant by the Provence of Massachusetts for Distinguished Service, and he began to lay out the town into seven forty acre lots. The town of Fryeburg was incorporated in 1777. This makes Fryeburg the oldest town in the White Mountains and older than Oxford County, in which it resides. Today Fryeburg has a population of just over 3000 residents and is home to Fryeburg Academy and The Fryeburg Fair. Fryeburg's unassuming charm offers visitors a peaceful alternative to the hustle and bustle of North Conway, New Hampshire while preserving access to the White Mountain's amenities.

660 Main Street
Fryeburg, Maine 04037
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