White Rock, Maine

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White Rock is a populated village in the town of Gorham, Maine. Its CDP population was 708 at 2010.[citation needed] It formerly had a school, called White Rock Elementary, until it closed in 2011 with the coming of Great Falls Elementary on Route 237. White Rock has a long history, and it was named for a large white boulder that stood in front of the current church. The landowner thought it was ugly, and he blew it up. White Rock is also home to part of the Mountain Division Trail, a trail which runs from Fryeburg to Portland (the two are the same trail; however, they are not connected).

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Coordinates: 43°45′25.2″N 70°28′10.7″W / 43.757000°N 70.469639°W / 43.757000; -70.469639