Lakes and Mountains Region Lodging l Bridgton l Casco - Sebago Lake l Naples l Windham
Fryeburg l Kezar Lake l Harrison-Waterford l Poland Spring l Lewiston-Auburn l Bethel l Sunday River
Rangeley-Saddleback l Sugarloaf-Kingfield Stratton

 

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Lakes & Mountains Region - Western Maine

 

Paddle a canoe on a lake or river, hike the Appalachian trail, explore a historic inn, enjoy a color-filled autumn sunset and the ambiance of a country B&B or the rustic settings of a resort by the lake. Western Maine's Lakes and Mountains region is a vast wilderness waiting to spoil your adventurous side.


Take a tour of the peaceful Lakes and Mountains Region of Western Maine. Each season dramatically unfolds, from the colorful wildflowers of spring to the beautiful waterways and lush hillsides of summer, from the world's most brilliant fall colors to the stunning, white, snowcapped mountains of winter. Enjoy your favorite outdoor activity from whitewater rafting to downhill skiing, from leisurely hiking trails to excellent cross country skiing to loon and moose watching. Linger awhile in our quaint Maine villages and culturally diverse cities and towns. Visit local craftspeople, museums, attractions, fairs and festivals. Pamper yourself with the variety of accommodations and dining establishments.


Seek out the covered bridges and swimming holes of bygone days in the towns of Bethel, Windham, Fryeburg, Newry, South Andover and Wilsons Mills.


Skiers, check out Shawnee Peak in Bridgton, Sunday River in Newry, Mount Abram in Locke Mills, Lost Valley in Auburn, Saddleback in Rangeley, and Sugarloaf/USA in Kingfield. Cross country skiing, snowmobiling and dog-sledding are other winter adventures offered throughout western Maine. The Rangeley Lake area has some of the finest snowmobiling in the east with connecting trails to the statewide system, New Hampshire, and Canada, with excellent trail grooming, beautiful mountain views, convenient trail-side services, and exceptional safety features.


The southern region of Maine's Lakes and Mountains, has Sebago Lake, the state's second largest lake, and several beautiful, smaller lakes and ponds around Naples, Windham, Raymond, Harrison, Bridgton and Fryeburg. At the foothills of the White Mountains, where the Great Ossipee and Saco Rivers converge, you'll find the picturesque village of Cornish brimming with Maine hospitality. At the region's eastern border, Lewiston-Auburn, twin industrial cities with lots of history, await your discovery. Lewiston's walking tour features 100 stops tracing the city's history from the early 1800s.


In Livermore, the Norlands Living History Center, spanning 445 acres, is the 19th century home of Israel and Martha Washburn. Among the seven Washburn sons were two Governors, four Congressmen, one U.S. Senator, a Civil War General and a Secretary of State.

 

Maine's Western Lakes and Mountains region is casual and charming in all seasons, never forgotten.

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Lakes Region Lodging l Bridgton l Casco - Sebago Lake l Naples l Windham
Fryeburg l Kezar Lake l Harrison-Waterford l Poland Spring l Lewiston-Auburn l Bethel l Sunday River
Rangeley-Saddleback l Sugarloaf-Kingfield Stratton