Wadleigh Pond LbNA # 25946
|Placed Date||Sep 30 2006|
|Found By||where eagles fly|
|Last Found||May 5 2012|
Wadleigh Pond is a quite area off of the South Waterboro Road in Lyman, Maine. There are numerous camps along its shores. Come on down and check out this quiet area of Southern Maine.
From Route 35, turn onto the South Waterboro Road heading outbound from the City of Biddeford. Continue past a paving company on your left till you find an abandoned little league baseball field on the left. Across from this baseball field is the Clarks Woods Road. Travel down the Clarks Woods Road using caution as there are plenty of deer that can come out of the woods. When travelling down the Clarks Woods Road, look for mailbox number 546. Just ahead of this mailbox is Friars Bridge Road.
Take the Friars Bridge Road to the end and you can either park on the side of the road and walk down or you can take a right and drive down Wadleigh Pond Road. You are looking for number 218 Wadleigh Pond Road. Once you find this camp, look for the tree with the family name on it. Some letters are peeling. Now about 15 paces behind this tree is a medium size tree with a small tree growing out of it. At the base of this tree, the box is there.
***Permission has been given to go onto the property at this location.