The Oxford county of Maine is one of the most popular places for waterfalls photography. From the simple one step falls to the gorgeous, roaring waterfalls that fall over 4 steps like the Screw Auger Falls in Grafton Notch.
The Screw Auger waterfalls is a great attraction for photographers in the Grafton Notch State Park in the Mahoosuc Mountain Range of Maine. The Screw Auger falls is a 23-foot waterfall lying in a narrow gorge along the Bear River.
About 75 miles east of Portland, Maine & located in a very remote area is the Grafton Notch State Park & within feet of entering the park from the East side is the Screw Auger Falls.
Driving directions: 1941 Bear River Road, Newry, ME 04261.
The Grafton Trail close by is a part of the Appalachian Trail & is a 38 miles trail (over 3 days of camping & hiking) connecting a series of nine scenic peaks such as Old Speck, Sunday River Whitecap, Puzzle Mountain, and East and West Baldpate.