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Chiputneticook Lakes. Fishing. Located on the Canadian border (New
Flagstaff Lake. Fishing, Hiking, Campsites without electricity,
Drinking Water, Restrooms, Launch Ramps. Northwest side of lake features
the Cathedral Pines. Hiking is available on the Bigelow Trail starting
from Stratton up to the top of Bigelow Mountain (4156 ft.) and back down.
Accessible from Stratton on State Route 16.
Grand Lake. Fishing. On the Canadian border. Accessible near Weston,
south on U.S. 1.
Grand Falls Lake / Big Lake. Fishing. Northern shoreline of Grandfalls
along the state's Indian Reservation. Accessible from U.S. 1 north of Princeton.
Grand Lake Matagamon. Fishing. This scenic lake is located in the
northeast end of Baxter State Park (also home of Maine's Highest Point
Mt. Katadin at 5268 ft).
Long Lake. Fishing. Located southeast from St. Agatha in northern
Moosehead Lake. Fishing, Campsites with and without electricity,
Drinking Water, Restrooms. Launch Ramps. Lily Bay State Park is on the
Eastern Shoreline. Squaw Mountain is also a point of interest. Popular
Islands include Farm, Moose, Sugar, and Deer Island. One of the largest
inland lakes in Maine. Off Maine State Route 6/15 in Greenville.
Mooselookmeguntic Lake / Lower Richardson Lake / Cupsuptic Lake.
Fishing, Campsites without electricity, Drinking Water, Restrooms. Very
Scenic Area near Beaver and Bemis Mountains. Hiking is available on the
National Scenic Trail. Dam splits Mooselookmeguntic and Lower Richardson.
Near the Maine / New Hampshire Border off Maine State Route 16.
Pemadumcook Lake. Fishing. Camping without electric hookup. Along
Appalachian National Scenic Trail. Runs into North Twin Lake and Quakish
Lake. Accessible from State Park in Norcross off Maine State Route 11.
Rangeley Lake. Fishing, Campsites without electricity, Drinking
Water, Restrooms, Launch Ramps. Home of Rangeley Lake State Park. Two ski
areas for winter skiing are nearby. Also accessible off Maine State Route
16 and 17 at Oquossoc.
North Woods Area.
There are many Private Roads throughout Northern Maine. There are also
many primitive recreational facilities. Here are a list of some of the
larger good fishing lakes accessible by Canoe or small boat. For more information
on using this area please write to "North Maine Woods, Box 532. Presque
Isle, Maine 04769".
Here are a few of the large lakes (there are countless smaller).
Sebago Lake. Fishing, Campsites with and without Electric Hookup,
Drinking Water, Restrooms, Pumping Station, Launch Ramps. Sebago State
Park is on the northern shoreline. Accessible from Raymond Maine on U.S.
302 or Sebago Lake and East Sebago on Maine State Route 114.
Chesuncook Lake / Black Pond / Caucomgomoc Lake. Just East of Baxtor
State Park at Ripogenus Dam and stretches nearly 50 miles to the northwest.
Churchill Lake / Eagle Lake / Telos Lake. Telos Lake is accessible
via private road just west of Baxtor Park and extends nearly 60 miles north
to Churchill Lake. There are 11 recreational areas along these connected
Seboomook Lake. Accessible near Pitston Farm via Private Road.
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Information based on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, brochures and
If you know of any other great spots in Maine for boating
(of all types), or have more information, feel free to E-Mail us at Boating