Rangeley State Park is located in one of Maine's most beautiful vacation regions, the western mountains. The park consists of 869 remote acres, on 10-square mile Rangeley Lake. The lake is famous for landlocked salmon and trout fishing, and anglers who voluntarily "catch and release" contribute to quality fishing. In addition to watersports, visitors enjoy hiking, picnicking, camping, wildlife watching, and photography. The campground is small, with 50 campsites situated among fragrant spruce and fir trees, and some sites have water access. The campground and day-use areas offer picnicking, swimming, and a concrete boat launching ramp with floats. There is a children's play area, hiking trails, and modern restrooms with hot showers.

Beautiful and crisp day to view the falls and gorge after a snowfall.

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

was good

great hike with beautiful views

My favorite place to swim, not usually crowded and so much to explore! The water is super cold unfortunately, but so worth it!

Grew up with this trail in my back yard. Use to hike it before it was open to the public. This trail is definitely one of the best places to visit two waterfalls in the Rangeley area.

fly fishing
10 months ago

One of my favorite trails in the Rangeley Region! Feature several waterfall drops, awesome fly-fishing and some great swimming holes!

hiking
10 months ago

Excellent trail for all ages! The forest really varies as you complete the loop and it leads you to a beautiful view of Rangeley Lake. There is a picnic table at the lake to sit and rest and enjoy the view!

Thursday, August 22, 2013