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45.014425, -70.645606 DIRECTIONS About Loon Lake Located on the southwest side of Loon Lake, this 780-acre property is open to many different types of recreation.   Access Loon Lake by the dirt road off Loon Lake Road on the left after the RLSC Groomer Barn.   Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story The Loon Lake property is …

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44.977038, -70.722206 DIRECTIONS About Hunter Cove Uplands A multi-use trail offers easy hiking from the parking lot with a nice, flat surface with only one or two hills. Attached to the multi-use trail are two loops. The smaller lower loop uses old logging roads and hand-cut trails, resulting in a moderately strenuous hike. The upper …

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45.132363, -70.781174 DIRECTIONS About Kennebago Headwaters Tract 2 Tract 2 is the first tract in a multi-step acquisition. This area, known as the Logans, includes riparian habitat and forestland that connects to adjacent conserved lands.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Progress RLHT purchased this 1,753-acres property in 2022.  THE SEVEN LEAVE NO TRACE PRINCIPLES FOR OUR …

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44.970612, -70.707830 DIRECTIONS About Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary Hunter Cove offers 1.5 miles of easy, flat trails with several loop options. The trails lead out to a beautiful section of Hunter Cove on Rangeley Lake.   HCWS is 100-acres of forested lands bordering Rangeley Lake, Dodge Pond Stream, and Route 4. There’s an abundance of habitats …

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44.951866, -70.638333 DIRECTIONS About the Whip Willow Farm Easement This easement is located on the Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway below the Whip Willow Farm Scenic Overlook and is privately owned. This easement ensures one will not develop the land below, conserving the historic view of Rangeley Lake as seen from the overlook.   There …

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44.93363, -70.65247 DIRECTIONS About EcoVenture This trail system is made up of a series of short, easy paths that interconnect and offer gentle hiking on a surface with only minor elevation changes. The various loops that make up this network are appropriate for all ages.    These trails provide a quick, easy way to immerse …

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44.967829, -70.775952 DIRECTIONS About Rangeley River The Rangeley River Conservation Area has a mile section of shared-use trail that provides access to the Rangeley River’s shores and Mooselookmeguntic Lake for hikers, anglers, bikers, and snowmobilers.   A river-side picnic table and a 0.5-mile side trail toward Indian Rock allow users to explore the Rangeley River …

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44.963795, -70.740704 DIRECTIONS About Bonney Point  The Bonney Point Trail is an easy one-mile loop; a short side trail leads to Smith Cove on Rangeley Lake.    There’s a half-mile of frontage on Rangeley Lake and the property has diverse habitats for songbirds, wading birds, amphibians, beaver, bear, deer, and more.     Recreation Opportunities …

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44.96586, -70.65995 DIRECTIONS About Hatchery Brook Located just outside Rangeley Village, Hatchery Brook offers a 1.2 trail network that provides easy walking and three waterfront picnicking opportunities close to downtown Rangeley.   Stretches of wide bog bridging provide easy access over delicate wetland habitats.    Recreation Opportunities Conservation Story In 1997, this 50-acre parcel was …

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44.914664, -70.706210 DIRECTIONS About South Bog South Bog is a 1000-acre working forest with two unique trail experiences; a short interpretive trail highlighting the conservation area’s rich natural resources and a stream restoration effort and a longer multi-use trail to Rangeley Lake.   The interpretive trail leaves from the parking area and follows the eastern …

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