The charming town of Rangeley is nestled among the Western Mountains of Maine on the edge of Rangeley Lake. This welcoming community offers off-mountain fun for the whole family.
Maine's Rangeley Lakes Region has been considered a legendary destination for years because of its incredible natural beauty and its year-round vacation opportunities. For over 100 years, visitors, including President Herbert Hoover, have come to Rangeley, lured by world-class fly fishing. At the turn of the century, large resort hotels sprung up, railroads replaced dirt roads, and recreation and tourism became the mainstay of the people who lived in Rangeley. Now, through carefully maintaining the easy-paced way of life and preserving the breathtaking wilderness, the town of Rangeley is still one of America's most loved vacation destinations.
The charming town of Rangeley, with 1,500 year round residents, is the centerpiece of this renowned vacation region. Along Main Street you will find shops, restaurants, a book store, sporting goods shops, and even an old-fashioned movie theater, all just minutes away from Saddleback. The region offers a variety of bed & breakfasts, motels, lodges, cabins and the historic Rangeley Inn.
Saddleback has established a Guest Service Center on Main Street in downtown Rangeley. Here all guests are welcomed to ask questions, get recommendations for activities or even dinner reservations at a nearby restaurant. Our concierge service is convenient and the staff is eager to assist in making your stay in Rangeley the best that it can be.
Only 95 roads in the United States have been designated National Scenic Byways or All-American Roads and Rangeley is home to one. The Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway offers fantastic vistas of crystal clear lakes and snow covered mountains. This drive follows Routes 17 and 4, wrapping around Rangeley Lake.
MAINE magazine ran a great story in their May issue titled: 48-Hours in Rangeley. (Click to view)
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