Western Lakes and Mountains: Places to Explore

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  • Bethel

    Bethel is pure New England, a town with white clapboard houses, white-steeple churches, and a mountain vista at the end of every street. The campus of Gould Academy, a college prep school founded...

  • Bridgton

    Bridgton's winding Main Street (U.S. 302) passes picturesque New England townscapes at every curve. On hot summer days kids dive off the dock at the town beach tucked at the end of Highland Lake,...

  • Kingfield

    In the shadows of Mt. Abram and Sugarloaf Mountain, home to its namesake ski resort, Kingfield has everything a "real" New England town should have: a general store, historic inns, and white...

  • Rangeley

    Rangeley, on the north side of Rangeley Lake on Route 4, has long lured anglers and winter sports enthusiasts to its more than 40 lakes and ponds and 450 square miles of woodlands. Right behind...

  • Sebago Lake Area

    The shores of sprawling Sebago Lake and finger-like Long Lake are popular with water sports enthusiasts, as are Brandy Pond and many other bodies of water in the area. The Songo River links...

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