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Category archive: Sports & Outdoors

Mingo bird walk planned

RANGELEY — Mingo Springs Golf Course is hosting its first organized bird walk of the season Saturday, June 10 at 7 a.m. The walk will be led by local nature photographer Nick Leadley. All are welcome to attend.read more

RLHT’s Camp EcoVenture celebrates 20 years

RLHT’s Camp EcoVenture celebrates 20 years

RANGELEY — This summer, join the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust as it celebrates 20 years of Camp EcoVenture. “Another action packed summer is in the works and we hope to share it with you!” a spokesperson for RLHT said.read more

Rangeley Skeet and Trap Association opens season

RANGELEY — Saturday, May 20, the Rangeley Skeet and Trap Association will open the gate for the beginning of the clayshooting season. RRSTA now offers a five-stand sporting clays course in addition to trap, skeet, wobble trap and a traditional sporting clays course.read more

RLHT makes safety improvements to Cupsuptic Campground

ADAMSTOWN — In 2006 the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust purchased a total of 110-acres of land on Cupsuptic Lake. Included within this purchase is the 16- acre Cupsuptic Lake Park & Campground that has operated for many decades under a lease arrangement.read more

Birding in Maine topic for RRG&SA May meeting

OQUOSSOC— The Rangeley Region Guides’ & Sportsmen’s Association will hold its monthly membership meeting and potluck supper Thursday, May 18. The potluck supper will start at 5:30 p.m., followed by a brief business meeting, then the educational program.read more

Maine Rockers holds pop-up shop for the month of April

FARMINGTON – Acrobatic bunnies, snowmobiling moose and grinning bears have set up camp at 155 Front Street as part of Maine Rocker’s April pop-up shop. “I love this spot. I love seeing people every day and letting them see what I do,” Creator/artist Rick Osterhout said. Osterhout’s workshop lives in a picturesque barn in Phillips- […]

RLHT acquires 70 acres on Rangeley Lake’s Hunter Cove

OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust recently announced the acquisition of a 70- acre property on Rangeley Lake. Located on the eastern shoreline of Hunter Cove, the property abuts 100-acre “Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary” (which was donated to RLHT in 2004 by Maine Audubon Society) and directly across the cove from 180-acre “Hunter Cove Uplands.”read more