Maine’s largest erractic glacial boulder
“Dedicated to preserving the Maine logging industry; it’s history and future by means of educating all who walk through the Logging Museum doors!”
The Phillips Area Community Center is a non-profit community organization, dedicated to sponsoring events and scholarships for youth, as well as offering a sense of community for area residents.The venue boasts a large hall with a stage at one end, a small kitchen, and two restrooms, one of which is ADA compliant. This historic brick building was the old machine shop for the Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad, and then the Phillips High School Gym. Known now as “the PACC”, community members donate a small amount annually to become “Leaders of the PACC”. These Leaders get notices for the annual Celtic concert series, local musicians, and other events throughout the year. The PACC is available for events, and may be rented for private celebrations. The PACC hosts suppers, dances, theater performances, roller and ice skating, and a variety of other events. A “First Saturday of the Month” Craft and Flea Market is held June through October.
Maine’s only remaining historic wire suspension bridge