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 and ponds serves as the perfect setting for year-round activities. Varied accommodations and numerous shops and eateries serve visitors in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
- Fall Foliage: The world's most spectacular fall colors, framed by evergreens and water.
- Fishing: World-class sport fishing for brook trout and landlocked salmon. Many waters restricted to fly fishing only. An area rich in fly fishing history.
- Golf: Mingo Springs Golf Course and Evergreen Golf Course.
- Hiking/Walking: Numerous marked mountain trails to Maine's highest peaks, including famous Appalachian Trail. Woods, water, and nature walking trails, some with picnic sites.
- Hunting: Upland game birds, small game, and big game including trophy whitetail deer, bear, limited moose permits.
- Museums: Visit the Wilhelm Reich Museum and the Rangeley Lakes Historical Society.
- Skiing-Alpine: Saddleback Ski Area, 66 Trails, 5 lifts, 2000 vertical, 4120 summit, cafeteria, lounge, day care, Learning Center, retail and rental shops.
- Skiing-Nordic: Rangeley Lakes Trails Center, 75 km of set tracks and skating lanes with terrain for all abilities.
- Snowmobiling: New England's premier trail system with 150 miles of superbly groomed trails maintained by state-of-the art grooming equipment. System connects to statewide network, New Hampshire, and Canada. Sales, service, rentals. All services and amenities located trailside.
- Water/Lakes Activities: Lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams for sport fishing, boating, sailing, lake cruises, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and water-skiing. Four waterfalls, with one being the highest single-drop falls in Maine.
- Wildlife: Vast wilderness area rich in wildlife for viewing land and water birds, big and small animals including famous Maine moose.
Click here for the official Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce site.