The Legendary Rangeley Lakes Region of the Western Mountains of Maine.
You will always find plenty of outdoor activities in the Rangeley Lakes Region and all are easily accessible when you stay at Loon Lodge. Rangeley also has a thriving arts scene including museums and many unique family events and festivals.
With four seasons of activities, Rangeley is packed with recreational activities for everyone. Visit the Rangeley Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce website to see all you can do. Meantime, here are some of our guests' favorites.
Rangeley is known for snowmobiling. With some of the finest trails in Maine, Rangeley's 150 miles of snowmobile trails will lead you throughout the Rangeley area, Interstate on the ITS (Interconnected Trail System) and into the back country for a true snowmobile experience. They also connect you to the 14,000 miles of snowmobile trails in Maine; by far the most snowmobiling in New England!
Our snowmobile ramp for lake access will lead you to all the ITS trails. We also have plenty of parking for snowmobiles and trailers.
Boss Power Equipment sells Arctic Cat and Ski Doo snowmobiles, as well as all brands of pre-owned snowmobiles, plus service, parts, clothing and accessories. Snowmobile rentals are also available at Mountain View Adventures.
Rangeley winters also bring you to the slopes for snowboarding and alpine skiing at Saddleback Maine. Enjoy cross-country skiing or snowshoeing at Rangeley Lakes Trail Center.
Reports for various trail activities are available on our trail conditions page.
As a summer playground, Rangeley Lake and the other lakes of the Rangeley Lakes Region offer nearly endless opportunities for boating, fishing, kayaking and canoeing spring through fall. Contact us before your visit to arrange space at our docks during your stay.
This is also an angler's paradise. For an incredible guided fly-fishing experience in the Rangeley Lakes and Maine's Western Mountain Regions, we recommend the Orvis certified Bucktail Guide Service. A memorable experience for everyone from beginners to experts.
If you need almost anything to get the most out of your fishing trip, visit the Rangeley Region Sports Shop for tackle, supplies, guiding and more!
Golf our local courses Mingo Springs and Evergreen or take a short drive to Sugarloaf Golf course.
If interesting and scenic drives are your thing, the Rangeley Lakes Region features some of the best rides you'll find. Take the 35-mile Rangeley Scenic Byway which includes what many consider one of the most spectacular views in all of New England; Height of Land. These are especially spectacular during the Fall Foliage Season. The State of Maine's weekly report can keep you up to date on our fall colors here in The Rangeley Lakes Region and Western Maine.
If you and your family are off-road enthusiasts, bring your ATVs and side by sides to Rangeley and the Loon Lodge Inn! With more than 70 miles of trails, we have lots of riding here and within trailering distance of Rangeley. We have ample parking space for ATVs and trailers. Visit the Oquossoc ATV Club for more information about our trail system.
When you need parts, service, clothing, accessories or a new off-road vehicle, visit our companion business, Boss Power Equipment, featuring Can Am off-road vehicles. ATV rentals are available across the street from Boss Power at Mountain View Adventures.
Hikers can choose from many different challenging mountain climbs, or take a day hike along the Appalachian Trail to Piazza Rock or a leisurely stroll through the Hunter Cove Sanctuary. Horseback riding, hunting, biking - many more activities and attractions are available for your enjoyment spring, summer or fall.
Whenever you need information about what to do in the Rangeley Lakes Region, check with our front desk.