Rangeley Log Home Rental
AERIAL VIEW OF RANGELEY LAKE
If you are travelling towards Oquossoc on RT 17 there are
plenty of photo opportunities as you go up in elevation.
The photo above shows Rangeley Lake and Doctor Island to
the far right. As you approach Oquossoc and turn onto RT
4, you will head towards Rangeley, Maine. Rangeley is
located directly between the Equator and the North Pole
and is worth a drive from anywhere. Its surroundings offer
untouched forests, pure mountain springs, and scenic
vistas with lakes, wildlife, trails, fresh air, and solitude.
The Appalachian Trail, the continuous hiking trail, extends
from Georgia to Maine. A section of that trail crosses
Franklin County, and dozens of hikers and backpackers
venture into Rangeley for a brief stopover every summer.
In addition to the Appalachian Trail, Rangeley is widely
known as a destination for great hiking and there are trails
throughout the region for all hikers with varying levels of
BALD MOUNTAIN- This hike offers some of the best lake
views in Maine. There is an observation tower at the top of
the mountain where you can take a break and take some
SADDLEBACK MOUNTAIN- More than just a ski area,
Saddleback is a great mountain with two summits 4000
feet high! Die hard hikers take the Appalachian Trail and
follow it to the summit for a full day of hiking in true
WHAT TO DO
YOUR SEASONAL STAY IN RANGELEY, MAINE
If you are travelling on RT 17 to
get to your log home rental,
hang in, you're almost there.
Winter at Kodiak