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Rangeley Public Library

Rangeley Public Library

7 Lake Street, Rangeley
(207) 864-5529

The architecture and the people are beautiful.
A great assortment of books for all ages, including many of the latest best-sellers.
Fantastic Children's Rooms
Video & DVD rentals
Free WiFi

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Outdoor Heritage Museum

Outdoor Heritage Museum

8 Rumford Rd, Oquossoc, ME
(207) 864-3091The Outdoor Heritage

Museum shares the unique history that has made the Rangeley region one of the premier outdoor destinations in America. It is a “must see” for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages and was twice recognized by Yankee Magazine as the “Best Outdoor Museum in New England.” The Museum’s treasures will surprise you as you become immersed in the stories of Rangeley icons like Carrie Stevens, Herb Welch, Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby and many others via artifacts, vintage film, and art.

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Maine Forestry Museum

Maine Forestry Museum

221 Stratton Rd, Dallas Plantation, ME 04970
One mile from town on Rt 16E
(207) 864-3939

Hundreds of artifacts, tools, equipment, and heavy machinery from regional logging operations are on display. Visitors can also view 19 original oil paintings by Alden Grant depicting logging camp life in the early 1900s. Plus, miles of hiking trails are on the grounds!
Don't miss the Logging Festival in July

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Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society

Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society

2472 Main St, Rangeley
(207) 864-3091

The Rangeley History Museum shares the stories of the pioneering families who created a town by logging the forests and building farms in the boulder-strewn wilderness. You will learn how this rough and tumble existence transformed into Rangeley’s “Gilded Age” of grand hotels, steamboats and legendary sporting camps. The Museum is housed in the original Rangeley Trust Company bank building (the first commercial brick building on Main Street), built in 1905. The original bank vault is still intact and on view!

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Acadian Seaplanes

Acadian Seaplanes

2640 Main St, Rangeley, ME
(207) 864-5307
Mid-May through Mid-October

Specializing in scenic floatplane tours of the Rangeley Lakes Region and convenient seaplane service throughout Maine and New England. Private charter service from Boston, NYC and Portland direct to your dock or ours. Experience a dinner tour or design your own adventure!

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2493 Main St, Rangeley, ME
(207) 864-5000

Movies, Live Theater, Live Comedy, Concerts, Art Gallery, Drama Camps

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Mingo Springs Golf Club
43 Country Club Rd, Rangeley ME
(207) 864-5021

Evergreen Golf Club
522 Dallas Hill Rd, Rangeley, ME
(207) 864-9055



Rangeley is home to 100's of miles of trails, including the Appalachian Trail. It’s no surprise hiking is one of the most popular spring, summer and fall activities in the area. With world-class trails and stunning views of the Maine landscape.  Find a variety of trails from beginner, dog and family-friendly to advanced and strenuous, you can find the perfect hike for you and your companions.

We have local trails maintained by Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust, the Maine Forestry MuseumRangeley Lakes Trails Center, the Rangeley Region Guides & Sportsmen's Association and the Wilhelm Reich Museum.

Got littles?  Take them on the storybook walk at the Rangeley Region Guides & Sportsmen's Association or Gnome Roam at the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center.

For more information on most of the trails available, go to Maine Trail Finder.  This is a great app as you can download the trail to your phone and access it without an internet connection - a good thing to have in this area!



Maine’s best and most accessible views.

Quill Hill is located on Oddy’s Road off Route 16 between the towns of Rangeley and Stratton. A well-maintained four-mile dirt road leads to the 2848’ summit, where ample parking and easy maneuvering for even the largest vehicles—yes, that includes RVs!

There are many ways to enjoy Quill Hill. Just below the summit, a wood-fired grill (wood provided) and picnic tables are available for your use. From here, you can either walk along their 3/4-mile wheelchair path or drive another two minutes to the summit. They welcome visitors to enjoy stargazing but ask that you refrain from spending the night.

Quill Hill is open 24 hours a day from late May through mid-October (longer if weather permits) to vehicles of all types – cars, motorcycles, ATVs, and RVs. The gate will be closed for the remainder of the year, but visitors are welcome to hike, bike, ski or even snowmobile to the summit.

Quill Hill is privately owned and maintained for the public's enjoyment. Please respect posted speed limits and carry out your trash. Donations are greatly appreciated to help defer the cost of road maintenance.

Height of Land

Height of Land

Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust (RLHT) conserved the 512-acre parcel to ensure this spectacular vista remains unspoiled. The Height of Land is located along the Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway and borders the Maine Bureau of Public Lands, the Appalachian Trail, Mooselookmeguntic Lake, and Bemis Stream.

This spot provides one of the most stunning overlooks in New England. With magnificent views of Mooselookmeguntic and Richardson Lakes, and the White Mountains. The forested lake landscape offers the perfect setting for artists, tourists, and all who appreciate mountain air and spectacular scenery.

Ponds, Lakes and Rivers

Ponds, Lakes and Rivers abound so get out on the water! Rent a Kayak, Canoe, or SUP at Rangeley Adventure Co or Lakeside Convenience & Marina. Swim at one of the public beaches Lakeside Park or Rangeley Lake State Park. And always fish on!

Note: Many rivers only allow fly fishing.

Check out our Area Rivers Page


Ice skate on Haley Pond (free skate rentals at Rangeley Adventure Co.), cross-country ski or snowshoe on the many trails, including at the Rangeley Lakes Trail Center, snowmobile, snowshoe, ice fish, fat bike, and more.


Church of the Good Shepherd, Episcopal – (207) 864-3381
Oquossoc Union (Log) Church (seasonal) – (207) 864-5944
Our Lady of Lakes, Roman Catholic – (207)864-3795
Rangeley Congregational Church, UCC – (207) 864-5966
Rangeley Free Baptist Church – (207) 864-5251
St Luke Catholic Church – (207) 864-3795

For more information on all the events and activities year-round, check out the Rangeley Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce website.

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