THE SCENIC BYWAY
The Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway is a 35.6 mile
MAINE ANIMAL TRACKS
Identify common Maine animals. Follow this link to download a printable version of Maine Animal Tracks:
GO FOR A HIKE
We have compiled a list of 12 hiking & walking trails in the Rangeley Lakes Region for you to check out.
Bemis - Height of Land
Bonny Point Trail
Cascade Stream Gorge Trails,
Cupsuptic Lake Park
Hatchery Brook Preserve
Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary
Maineland and Students Island
The hiking & walking trails listed above vary in ____ and distance. Follow this link to choose which Rangeley Lakes Region trail is the best fit for you!
"Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust (RLHT) has conserved 13,650 acres of land including 50 miles of lake and river frontage, 15 islands and the majestic 2,443 foot Bald Mountain, all in the Rangeley Lakes Region." ~RLHT
Check out the condition of over 30 snowmobile trails in the Rangeley, Maine area.
Tips for Snowmobiling:
Forestry, Art, Fishing, Logging and more. Follow this link to see local Museum details:
Maine Forestry Musem:
2018 Season: Admission __
Open Season: mid June - start of October
Wednesday - Sunday, 10-4, and by appointment
Address: 221 Stratton Road, Rangeley, ME 04970
Phone: (207) 864-3939
"The Maine Forestry Museum offers history into Logging and culture."
Rangeley History Musem:
Open Season: end of June - start of October
Address: 2472 Main St, Rangeley, ME 04970
Phone: (207) 864-5647
"Operated by the Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society, with a mission: to discover, identify, collect, preserve and interpret artifacts, printed material and original historical records which document the history and traditions of the region and its people."
*note: Rangeley Lakes Historical Society shares one calendar of events for Rangeley History Museum & Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum