Lakes & Mountains Lakes A-Z
Lakes & Mountains Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
Also known as: Lake Androscoggin
Androscoggin Lake is a freshwater glacial lake of very irregular shape that falls into two geographic regions of Central Maine: the Kennebec and Moose ...
Also known as: Lake Christopher, Bryant Pond
Slowly, afternoon slips into evening and the light dims on Bryant Lake. Suddenly the still water is broken as trout leap, following the evening hatch ...
Also known as: Clearwater Pond
Clearwater Lake, also known as Clearwater Pond, is a natural lake tucked away in the woods of Maine's Lakes and Mountains Region. With almost 800 acres ...
|Highland Lake (Bridgton)||
Also known as: Crotched Pond
Located in the Lakes and Mountains Region of Southwestern Maine, Highland Lake has long been a favored freshwater getaway. Once called Crotched Pond, ...
Also known as: Lake Kezar
Kezar Lake is set in wondrous scenery with the eastern shores facing New Hampshire's White Mountains Presidential Range. Crystal clear Kezar Lake is also ...
|Long Lake||Long Lake is part of the Sebago Lake Region, which includes nearby Panther Pond, Little Sebago, Thompson Lake, Coffee Pond, Brandy Pond, Moose Pond, Pleasant ...|
Also known as: Rangeley Lakes
Mooselookmeguntic Lake is part of the Rangeley Lakes Region of Western Maine, straddling the borders of Franklin and Oxford Counties. The lake is part ...
|Pleasant Lake||Pleasant Lake is a glacial ribbon lake oriented in a north-to-south direction, with a surface area of 1,332 acres and a surface elevation of 427 feet. ...|
|Province Lake||A quick swish and the golf club slices through the air sending the ball down the green along Province Lake. The lake, covering almost a thousand acres, ...|
|Rangeley Lake||Rangeley Lake is part of the Rangeley Lakes Region of Western Maine. The lake covers about 6,000 acres at an elevation of 1,518 feet. Its maximum depth ...|
Also known as: Umbagog Lake, Aziscohos Lake, Mooselookmeguntic Lake,Rangeley Lake, Upper Richardson Lake, Lower Richardson Lake, Cupsuptic Lake, Aziscoos Lake (historic), Sawyer Lake (historic)
Nothing represents the outdoor largesse of Maine's Lakes and Mountains region better than the six pristine Rangeley Lakes. These natural lakes sprawl ...
Also known as: Sabattus Lake
Sabattus Pond in the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine is a success story in the making. The 1,973-acre lake has a history of very poor water quality ...
|Sebago Lake||Sebago Lake is the deepest and second largest lake in Maine. It stretches 12 miles long, boasts a 98 mile shoreline, covers 45 square miles, reaches an ...|
Also known as: Lake Thompson
Just a one-hour drive northwest of Portland's coastline, Thompson Lake lies in the Lakes & Mountains tourism region of southern Maine. Located at the ...
Also known as: Tripp Lake
Well-loved Tripp Pond, sometimes called Tripp Lake, holds a prominent place in the recreation plans around Poland, Maine. Located in the Lakes and Mountains ...
Also known as: Rangeley Lakes
Umbagog Lake straddles about 11 miles of the Maine-New Hampshire border. This 7,850-acre lake lies partly in the Rangeley Lakes region of western Maine ...