If you’re wanting to experience life “as it should be,” to know the hushed quickening of dawn, the clarity of a bubbling stream, or the muted wonder of the sun settling behind a rippling lake, you’ll feel right at home in the Greater Bridgton Lakes Region.
Our bountiful lakes, mountains and woods provide a vast playground for vacationers and residents alike. This region of Maine provides a multitude of activities in any of the four seasons. From skiing the mountain peaks in the winter to hiking wooded trails in the spring, canoeing on a lake of glass in the summer to sightseeing in foliage time, this lakes region will capture your heart.
We welcome you to look around and enjoy what many have already come to love…
- Shawnee Peak is an award winning family ski resort lights for night skiing.
- The Songo River Queen II allows you to enjoy the beauty of the waters while traveling in an 1800’s style.
- The Fryeburg Fair is the largest agricultural fair in Maine.
- The Mushers Bowl Winter Carnival combines international dog sled competition with a good old fashion winter carnival.
- The September Lakes Brew Fest allows you to sample the best in Maine (now New England too) brew while also trying our foods; enjoying local music and the popular Artisan Show.
- Maine Blues Festival is the place for the best in state blues, all in one place.
- Culture is alive in the Lakes Region with Gallery 302; Denmark Arts Center; The Magic Lantern; Rufus Porter Museum and the Stone Mountain Arts Center.
- Our accommodations are open all year and provide the same features as other areas of the state but at less cost to you.
Click here for the official Greater Bridgton Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce site.