Franklin County, Maine

Franklin County, Maine

North America
Franklin County, Maine is located in the northern part of the state, bordered by Oxford County to the west, Somerset County to the south, and Kennebec County to the east. The county covers an area of 1,144 square miles and is home to a population of approximately 30,000 people. Franklin County is largely comprised of rural areas and small towns. The largest city in Franklin County is Farmington which has a population of approximately 7,400 people. Other major towns include Wilton and Jay. The geography of Franklin County is varied and diverse. It features many rivers such as the Sandy River which runs through Farmington; lakes such as Rangeley Lake; mountains such as Saddleback Mountain; and forests including Maine‚Äôs North Woods. The climate in Franklin County is generally cool with…
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