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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, 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
  • Wed, 11 Oct 2017 02:24:00 +0000: Ghost Train makes annual run through Dill Woods - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    Story & photos by Paula Roy Kane Special to the Irregular Bone Tired after a day working on the railroad. PHILLIPS — Sanders Station was the gathering place for thrill-seekers of all ages Saturday evening while the Ghost Train haunted the tracks of the historical Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad from 6:45 to 9:30 p.m.read more
  • Wed, 11 Oct 2017 02:23:00 +0000: Thirty-eighth Dolbier reunion held - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    RANGELEY — The 38th Dolbier reunion was held at the home of Smoke and Sheila Raymond. Officers were elected: President, Clifford Raymond of Gorham; Vice President, Dawn Durrell, Livermore Falls; Secretary, Joanne Raymond of Langtown; Treasurer, Belinda Mansfield of Rangeley; News Reporter, Dawn Durrell; and Historian, Dawn Durrell.read more
  • Fri, 06 Oct 2017 12:00:00 +0000: Rangeley Lakes region still milfoil free - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    RANGELEY – The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust Courtesy Boat Inspection program saw significant usage this year with nearly 1,700 boaters participating. Since 2002, RLHT has diligently checked more than 20,000 boats for aquatic hitchhikers like milfoil and zebra mussels. Boat inspectors man public boat launches in the region, focusing efforts in high traffic public boat […]
  • Fri, 06 Oct 2017 06:48:00 +0000: ‘Story Trail’ walk on Tim Baker Trail - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com

    By Donna Brown, Rangeley Lakes Regional School

    The multiage students (grades 1 and 2) at Rangeley Lakes Regional School recently visited the Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Associations’ clubhouse in Oquossoc. The children were greeted by Elaine Holcombe and other members of the association who then guided them through the ‘Story Trail’. This special hike was immensely enjoyed by the children because it highlighted a delightful tale called the “Possum and the Peeper�. As the children traveled along the trail they would come upon a new page of the story.  Anne Hunter, author and illustrator, has done a superb job in creating a whimsical story about animals awakening in the spring. Our classes loved the story and the experience and we hope this project continues year after year.

  • Fri, 06 Oct 2017 06:43:00 +0000: Ruffed Grouse topic of October Meeting – Thu. Oct 19th - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com

    The Rangeley Region Guides’ & Sportsmen’s Association will hold its monthly potluck dinner and educational program on Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 5:30 PM. RRG&SA is pleased to welcome DIFW game bird biologist, Kelsey Sullivan, as our featured speaker. Kelsey, assisted by RRG&SA member, Jack McNulty, will discuss the annual grouse drumming survey. In addition, Kelsey will share information about the just completed grouse research project which looked at harvest, survival rates, and habitat use. The public is always welcome to join RRG&SA members at these monthly dinners and programs. The meetings are held at the RRG&SA clubhouse on Old Skiway Road in Oquossoc.

  • Wed, 04 Oct 2017 21:12:00 +0000: October 4, 2017 - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    From:  October 4, 2017
  • Wed, 04 Oct 2017 02:12:00 +0000: Oquossoc Country Suites is open for business - Community News – Rangeley-Maine.com
    OQUOSSOC — Oquossoc Country Suites opened its doors Friday, July 20 having held an open house July 19 with over 100 locals, business owners, friends and family coming out for the special event. Everyone got to meet the owners: Leon Narbonne and Erin Lavallee of Cape Cod, Mass., and the manager, Amber Gellman of Stratton.read more

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