Maine’s pristine Rangeley Lakes glisten like gems stretched out below 4,120-foot Saddleback Mountain. The quiet splendor of mountains and six major lakes plus hundreds of smaller lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams serve as a perfect setting for year-round activities.
As you tour through spectacular scenery, views of famous waterways are everywhere, particularly from the Height of Land, Rangeley Lake, and Dallas Hill highway overlooks. Four waterfalls encourage stream-side picnics. Lakes offer all water sports. Birds and wildlife abound. Enjoy lakeside walks or mountain hikes. Seek solitude on a kayak or canoe trip. Enjoy a scenic lake cruise with one of the Rangeley Regional Cruises. Anglers are invited to test their skills against the sporting brook trout and landlocked salmon. View the world’s most brilliant fall foliage. High-altitude snow assures superbly-groomed trails for snowmobiling, alpine skiing, and nordic skiing/snowshoeing/sled dog rides.
The Rangeley Public Library, Rangeley Lakes Historical Society, and Oquossoc Log Church are on the National Registry of Historical Buildings. Museum-goers enjoy the Wilhelm Reich and Rangeley Logging Museums. The Rangeley Friends of the Arts offers concerts. Varied accommodations and numerous shops and eateries serve visitors year-round in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.