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Rangeley Lake State Park, Rangeley
(4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Rangeley Lake State Park is a Maine state park located on the southern shore of Rangeley Lake in Franklin County. The park offers 50 campsites, a swimming beach, and docks and a boat ramp for motorized boating. The lake's house landlocked salmon and brook trout.
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  • We drove through the park and it was worth the short drive and $6 fee per person just to see all the gorgeous fall colors. The camp sites are nestled in the trees and it's a photographer's dream. We d...  more »
  • My husband and I camped here in August. The water sites are not in view of the lake but you can walk to it. There are powerlines that run through the campground - ask for the sites away from those as ...  more »
  • We searched Rangeley for a place to rent a canoe and stumbled onto this state park. Because we are residents of Maine and over 65, we didn't pay admission to the park. The canoe rentals were $4.00 per...  more »
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  • My favorite Maine state park for camping. Great sites and a good boat launch. The people at the front gate appear to enjoy their work and welcomed us like we were family. Family that they liked, even.
  • A great place for camping! Nicely spaced and separated sites. Very friendly and knowledgeable rangers at the park entrance.
  • The lake is beautiful but that has nothing to do the state park and its maintenance. There appeared to be little attempt to govern run off and protect erosion in the undesignated areas from human damage. This caused the sites to have a beat down and tired look. There is little to no privacy between the sites due to the condition of the foliage. People park their vehicle with this in mind. I should be fair and say the lake is amazing and is worth the visit regardless. But if possible don't stay at the park. One night was enough for me.
  • Great state park and nice campgrounds, people there were friendly and quiet. Perfect getaway when you need to get away from the city without driving too far. Can't wait to get back!
  • A wonderful quiet campground on a beautiful Maine Lake! Activities for the kids are planned July 4th weekend!