Open 9:00 a.m. to sunset daily from May 1 to October 1. Fee Charged. Visitors may continue to enjoy the park during the off-season by parking outside the gate and walking in during these same hours. Please be aware that the facilities are closed during the offseason.
Lakeside camping in one of Maine's most famous outdoor destinations
Advance camping reservations are recommended: contact the State Park Reservations Office at 800-332-1501 - in Maine, OR 207-624-9950 from outside Maine or online at www.campwithme.com.
Rangeley Lake State Park encompasses 869 acres in the heart of Maine's Western Mountains. Visitors enjoy hiking, picnicking, camping, wildlife watching, photography, and winter sports, as well as the long-established traditions of fishing and hunting. The lake's cool, clear waters stretch nine miles and support world-famous populations of landlocked salmon and trout (sustained through a strong commitment to catch-and-release practices). Four wheeling and snowmobiling are popular pursuits in the Rangeley area (outside the park), with many trails available.
The campground at Rangeley Lake State Park has 50 well-spaced sites close to the lakeshore - where a beach offers commanding views of Saddleback Mountain. There's a picnic area, playground, and a trailered boat launch with finger docks for both day visitors and campers.
Learn about the geology of the area on the interactive Maine Geologic Facts and Localities map.
Land for Maine's Future This property was acquired in part with funds from the Land for Maine's Future program. For more information about the LMF program and the places it has helped to protect, please visit the LMF webpage.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund contributed to this State Park. Learn more about LWCF.
Rangeley Lake State Park
HC 32 Box 5000
Rangeley, ME 04970
In season: (207) 864-3858
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Directions and Parking
From Rumford via Maine Route 17, turn onto South Shore Drive and continue 3 miles to Park (on left). OR From Farmington via Maine Route 4, turn onto South Shore Drive and proceed 5 miles to Park (on right).
Maine's Lakes and Region
Rangeley Lake State Park lies in Maine's Lakes and Region that encompasses Franklin and oxford Counties and represents the westernmost portion of Maine. Nearby points of interest include:
Mt. Blue State Park and Tumbledown Mt.
draw visitors to camp on the shores of Webb Lake and enjoy hiking, mountain biking, ATVs and horseback riding.
Grafton Notch State Park / Mahoosucs PL
offers hiking, picnicking, and sightseeing, amid numerous waterfalls and gorges, within 33,000 mountainous acres.
Height of Land is a famous overlook on Route 17 that provides a spectacular view of the region and hiking along the Appalachian Trail.
Bald Mountain is close by and offers a scenic, 2-mile hike through various terrain to an open summit.
Coos Canyon is a scenic gorge along the Swift River in Byron that provides the opportunity to pan for gold and enjoy swimming and diving.