Fuller Hill Forest is multiple-use property conveniently located in a recreational hub of western Maine. Close to Bethel village, Mount Abram and Sunday River Ski Areas and numerous lakes, ponds, rivers and mountains, the property is an ideal second home location for enjoying all the region has to offer. Alternatively, the property enjoys extensive frontage on State Route 26 opening the possibility for commercial development as well as subdivision. Year-round residential options exist off this major artery or off a quieter cull-de-sac nearby.
On the property itself, a trail network facilitates internal recreational pursuits across the mostly gentle terrain. From the height of land, a view of Bryant Pond can be enjoyed in winter or year-round, with additional clearing. Plentiful wildlife offer hunting opportunities. The well-stabilized trail network can also be used for forestry pursuits. The forest is mostly comprised of red oak, red and sugar maple with some softwoods in open areas. The property was recently harvested, so current stocking levels do not warrant a harvest for another 20 years. However, periodic firewood thinnings would certainly improve some stands.