Webber Pond Swimming Hole LbNA # 21606 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Apr 13 2006|
************BOX HAS BEEN RETIRED*************** =:D
Located at the Webber Pond swimming hole in Vassalboro, Maine.
This is a location my father used to bring my brother and I to swim at when we were kids. It’s a very popular and busy place in the summer time so please keep this into consideration when searching out this box. My dad used to ride his bicycle to this place with his brother when they were kids, and he always seemed to revel in the opportunity to make new memories here with us.
Drive in to the Webber Pond beach area. You will see a sign ahead that says “Town of Vassalboro” on it. You will notice a parking area to the right. Park, head in, in this parking area. Looking straight ahead you will see the rough makings of a trail, and hopefully you will see a red “No snowmobiling” sign not too far into this trail. Immediately into this trail it forks. Go left. There is a solitary birch to the left, and a dead tree trunk laying on the ground right next to it. This trunk is hollow. Retrieve the stamp, and try to be inconspicuous if it’s swimming season!