Our scenery is exceptional in any season. In the autumn, a drive down J.P. Sodergren hill and around the corner to Lake Road going into the heart of Stockholm is the best foliage viewing in the Country. In the spring, there are so many shades of green, it's impossible to count. Winter is one beautiful Christmas card scene after another. In summer, there are hundreds of wildflowers growing along the roadsides and in the woods. One visitor couldn't believe her eyes. She danced among the roadside singing "Free Flowers", Free Flowers". Madawaska Stream, a bountiful supply of pure water, flows through the center of town.
We have countless birds to watch and many wild berries to pick: Strawberries in June, raspberries in July, blueberries in August and blackberries in September. As pickers will tell you, "They are all most delicious".
For summer recreation, swimming, water skiing and boating are available only three miles away at Madawaska Lake and 11 miles from Cross Lake which is part of the Fish River chain of lakes. Good fishing abounds in surrounding lakes and nearby brooks.
For the winter sports enthusiasts, Stockholm has plenty of hills for skiing and tobogganing. We are surrounded by wild lands, which having been a game preserve a few years ago, abound with deer, moose, bear, bobcats, rabbits and partridges.