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Rangeley Lakes – Maine’s Four Seasons Resort Area

Located in an area consisting of 99% forest and water, lies Maine’s western mountains and the six Rangeley Lakes. The Town of Rangeley, Oquossoc Village, Dallas Plantation, Rangeley Plantation and Sandy River Plantation comprise the regions settlements. Historically known as a fisherman’s paradise, Rangeley’s year ’round population of approximately 1,500+ inhabitants swells to almost 10,000 during the popular summer tourist season.

A great place to raise a family, retire and an ideal vacation destination for every season, this resort area offers a multitude of activities for both young and old. Spring ushers in the fishing season with trophy-sized Salmon and Brook Trout, along with abundant wildlife and wildflowers. Summer offers almost every sport imaginable, from 18 hole golf to all types of water sports. Scenic highways and hiking trails, including the Appalachian Trail, lead to panoramic overlooks and sight-seeing flights offer unparalled views during the summertime. September welcomes the Autumn season with some of the most beautiful fall foliage in the country, while bountiful game including moose, deer and upland birds beckon the advent of the hunting season. By November, snow blankets the region, signaling the start to alpine ski season and the opening of Rangeley’s Saddleback Ski area. Groomed village and mountain nordic paths and snowmobile trails are open by December, offering snowmobilers some of the best riding in the Northeast.

For vacationers, the towns of Rangeley and Oquossoc both offer a varied array of accommodations, including hotels, maine vacation rental cabins, cottages, homes, condos and townhouses, inns, bed & breakfasts, Maine sporting camps and campgrounds. Those who have visited Rangeley can attest: once you have explored this beautiful area, you will want to return again and again.

Rangeley restaurants feature everything from pizza to lobster, while delis serve up all the essentials for a picnic in the great outdoors. Rangeley area services and shops provide the visitor with all the necessities needed for their vacation, in addition to a wonderful selection of sporting goods and gifts. Civic, religious and other groups meet frequently and welcome guests, while the town and other organizations offer a varied selection of cultural events.

The area can be reached over highways or directly by charter air service. Or, fly into Portland or Bangor and drive the two and a half hour trip to Rangeley.

— Local News, Features and Events —

  • Wed, 18 Oct 2017 04:45:00 +0000: Name change proposed for Rangeley Lake island - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    RANGELEY - County commissioners and the Board of Selectmen will be discussing an island on Rangeley Lake in the next two weeks, offering local opinions as part of a federal process to change the island's name. The owner of Doctors Island, a 15-acre wooded island located in the eastern half of Rangeley Lake, wants to […]
  • Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:24:00 +0000: Game wardens investigate weekend hunting incidents - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    RANGELEY — Game wardens responded to a hunting related shooting north of Rangeley Friday evening, Oct. 6. The shooting occurred on Portage Brook Road in Upper Cupsuptic TWP north of Rangeley at about 6 p.m., according to a news release issued by Corporal John MacDonald, Public Relations & Information for the Maine Game Warden Service.read more
  • Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:23:00 +0000: Rangeley historical society interns find jobs - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    Submitted by the Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society RANGELEY � Winston Churchill once said: “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.� That quote lies at the heart of what a successful internship is made of. It applies not only to those who are willing to take on an internship, but perhaps even more so for those who provide the opportunity.read more
  • Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:23:00 +0000: Harland R. (Spike) Kidder - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    FARMINGTON — Harland R. (Spike) Kidder, 98, of Rangeley, an avid hunter, trapper, angler and guide, passed away peacefully Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, at the age of 98 at Sandy River Center in Farmington. At the time of his death, he was the oldest citizen of Rangeley and holder of the Boston Post Cane for the honor.read more
  • Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:23:00 +0000: Public info meeting on Madrid Gateway Project - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    MADRID — A public informational meeting is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 23 at 5 p.m. at the Madrid Historical Society building to discuss a proposed turnout in Madrid Township at the gateway of the Rangeley Lakes National Byway. This 36-mile scenic byway begins in Madrid Township on Rt
  • Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:23:00 +0000: Eli Christopher Morrill 2004-2017 - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    RANGELEY — Eli Christopher Morrill, 12, of Rangeley, was born on Dec. 29, 2004. He passed on from this life Oct.
  • Tue, 17 Oct 2017 16:23:00 +0000: After school arts program brings together all ages - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    RANGELEY - The Creative After-School Arts workshop lead by Rangeley Friends of the Arts Set Designer Janice Adler brings a multi age group together to create a shared vision. The group is working on the set for “Once Upon a Mattress� - the upcoming Rangeley Lakes Regional School Drama Club Musical. CASA offers a variety […]
  • Wed, 11 Oct 2017 22:23:00 +0000: October 11, 2017 - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    Original source –  October 11, 2017
  • Wed, 11 Oct 2017 19:43:00 +0000: Eloise May Stevens (1933-2017) - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    FARMINGTON - Eloise May Stevens, 83, of Strong, passed away on Oct. 7, 2017 at Franklin Memorial Hospital. She was born on Oct. 15, 1933, in Avon, the daughter of Benjamin and Pearl (Ames) Savage. She was educated in the schools of Phillips, graduating from Phillips High School in the class of 1952
  • Wed, 11 Oct 2017 02:24:00 +0000: Ruffed grouse topic of RRG&SA Oct. Meeting - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Region Guides’ & Sportsmen’s Association will hold its monthly potluck dinner and educational program Thursday, Oct. 19, at 5:30 p.m. RRG&SA will welcome IFW game bird biologist Kelsey Sullivan as its featured speaker. Sullivan, assisted by RRG&SA member Jack McNulty will discuss the annual grouse drumming survey.read more

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