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44.965164, -70.645205 DIRECTIONS About the Town Park This spot offers views of Rangeley Lake as well as a public boat launch, sandy beach, public dock, fishing, picnicking and swimming activities.    Please note, this is not an RLHT property. We have listed it here for the purpose of The Artists Trail.   Recreation Opportunities THE …

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44.951885, -70.791708 DIRECTIONS About Bald Mountain There are a couple of ways to hike up Bald Mountain with two trailheads. At the top are 360-degree views of Mooselookmeguntic and Rangeley Lakes and the surrounding mountains. Recreation Opportunities. This conservation area is bustling on the weekends. Try to explore outside of those days to have the …

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44.805453, -71.110305 DIRECTIONS About Umbagog NWR The NWR provides a unique habitat within the chain of Rangeley Lakes with several marshes and its 7,000-acre shallow lake.    Birders have documented 229 bird species and there are another 137 species that breed there. The wetlands and marshes provide ideal habitats for songbirds, shorebirds, and raptors.    …

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44.9825, -70.7841 DIRECTIONS About Perham Stream Birding Trail Located on the back side of Saddleback Mountain, the Perham Stream Birding Trail is a truly special place.    There are over two miles of easy, wide trails leading visitors through a variety of habitats, and several good viewpoints of Perham Stream, Saddleback a Mountain, and Mt. Abraham …

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45.040909, -70.583939 DIRECTIONS About Quill Hill  Nestled between Rangeley and Eustis is the 7,062-acre Quill Hill property, which hosts the Quill Hill Scenic View—an ADA-accessible walk with 360-degree views. Picnic tables and a pizza oven are available for public use. There is a suggested donation of $5 per car.    The Quill Hill Scenic View …

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44.897613, -70.832537 DIRECTIONS About the Western Shore  With 2000 acres to explore, Western Shore is an extraordinary place. This conservation easement includes ten islands – many with campsites!    Visitors can make camping reservations by calling Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Wilderness Camping at (207) 864-2003.     Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT conserved this property …

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44.866303, -70.782102 DIRECTIONS About Toothaker  Camping is allowed on Toothaker Island. Reservations can be made by calling Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Wilderness Camping at (207) 864-2003.   Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story RLHT conserved the Toothaker Easement with Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Trust in 1997. THE SEVEN LEAVE NO TRACE PRINCIPLES FOR OUR CONSERVATION AREAS Plan …

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44.90205, -70.797470 DIRECTIONS About Students Island and the Mainland With 670-acres of primitive camping, there is no place like Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve. Students Island is 115-acres and is only accessible by water, and the island is forested, with a trail open for day use.   Contact Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Wilderness Camping for reservations at …

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44.883023, -70.864250 DIRECTIONS About Upper Dam These lands include the two small islands above Upper Dam, a strip of shoreline east of the dam keeper’s house on Mooselookmeguntic Lake, and a 250’ wide strip on both sides of the Upper Dam tailrace, on Richardson Lake.   These lands are a great example of the balancing …

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44.9825, -70.7841 DIRECTIONS About Middle Dam and our Rapid River Lands RLHT owns the 165’ of land around Pond in the River and both sides of the Rapid River. RLHT acquired them due to the 1998 licensing of Upper and Middle Dam. It also includes 250’ on both sides of the Upper River, starting approximately …

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Rangeley Region Recreational Map

Look at the new Rangeley Lakes Region Map that outlines recreational opportunities on our conservation lands. 

 

You’ll find day hikes, ponds and river paddles, self-led discovery trails, scenic drives, and much more!

 

Please stop by our office to pick up your copy!