Tripp Pond

Lake Sunset at Poland

Well-loved Tripp Pond, sometimes called Tripp Lake, holds a prominent place in the recreation plans around Poland, Maine. Located in the Lakes and Mountains region of western Maine, the area holds some of the most exclusive and expensive traditional children’s…

Rangeley Lakes

Dusk on Cupsuptic Lake

Nothing represents the outdoor largesse of Maine’s Lakes and Mountains region better than the six pristine Rangeley Lakes. These natural lakes sprawl beneath famed 4,120-foot Saddleback Mountain along the Androscoggin River drainage. Several dams, built between 1850 and 1920, have…

Pleasant Lake ME

Pleasant Lake is a glacial ribbon lake oriented in a north-to-south direction, with a surface area of 1,332 acres and a surface elevation of 427 feet. The Greater Bridgton Lakes Region, an area of western Maine known for some of…

Sabattus Pond

The Beach on Sabattus Pond

Sabattus Pond in the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine is a success story in the making. The 1,973-acre lake has a history of very poor water quality and algae blooms. However, Sabattus Pond has made a remarkable comeback. The…

Clearwater Lake ME

Clearwater

Clearwater Lake, also known as Clearwater Pond, is a natural lake tucked away in the woods of Maine’s Lakes and Mountains Region. With almost 800 acres of water, anglers and boaters will find more than enough room to share. In…

Highland Lake (Bridgton)

Located in the Lakes and Mountains Region of Southwestern Maine, Highland Lake has long been a favored freshwater getaway. Once called Crotched Pond, the lake has spent several generations perfecting the art of making visitors happy. The Greater Bridgton Lakes…

Thompson Lake

Just a one-hour drive northwest of Portland’s coastline, Thompson Lake lies in the Lakes & Mountains tourism region of southern Maine. Located at the intersection of Oxford, Androscoggin and Cumberland counties, Thompson Lake will lure you in with its charming…

Bryant Lake

Slowly, afternoon slips into evening and the light dims on Bryant Lake. Suddenly the still water is broken as trout leap, following the evening hatch of small flies. The fishermen follow the trout and the chase is on. They come…

Kezar Lake

Sunset Over Kezar Lake

Kezar Lake is set in wondrous scenery with the eastern shores facing New Hampshire’s White Mountains Presidential Range. Crystal clear Kezar Lake is also one of the cleanest lakes in the State of Maine. The lake slices through the village…

Sebago Lake

Sunset Over Sebago Lake

Sebago Lake is the deepest and second largest lake in Maine. It stretches 12 miles long, boasts a 98 mile shoreline, covers 45 square miles, reaches an impressive 316 feet at its deepest, and has an average depth of 107…

Rangeley Lake

Shore View of Rangeley Lake

Rangeley Lake is part of the Rangeley Lakes Region of Western Maine. The lake covers about 6,000 acres at an elevation of 1,518 feet. Its maximum depth is about 149 feet with an average depth of about 95 feet. Rangeley…

Mooselookmeguntic Lake

Mooselookmeguntic Lake Shoreline

Mooselookmeguntic Lake is part of the Rangeley Lakes Region of Western Maine, straddling the borders of Franklin and Oxford Counties. The lake is part of the Androscoggin River watershed and drains into Upper Richardson Lake, which is separated from Mooselookmeguntic…