Rangeley Lake Resort | Maine

Rangeley, Maine, is a four-season vacation destination where each season offers a variety of opportunities for vacationers. In the spring, fishermen flock to Rangeley’s lakes, rivers and streams while moose emerge from the forest to enjoy the lush growth. Summer is ideal for hiking, canoeing, kayaking, water skiing, fishing, golf, tennis, mountain biking, ATV excursions and more. Fall foliage is exceptionally beautiful in this part of the country with brilliant colors and crisp weather. Snow bunnies flock to Rangeley in the winter for snowmobiling, skiing, snow shoeing and many other winter activities.

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Rangeley Lake Resort

Festiva’s Rangeley Lake Resort is the perfect home base for a Rangeley vacation. Its clubhouse has a heated swimming pool, hot tubs, a cedar sauna and a fully equipped fitness facility. The cozy cabins allow guests to enjoy modern comforts and amenities in a rustic woodsy setting. Meet other guests for activities such as pie socials, campfires and more.

One of the greatest features Rangeley Lake Resort has to offer is the hospitality extended by the spirited staff. A majority of the crew has been working at the resort since the founding of the property, and to this day continues to extend and raise the standards of service each and every vacation season. The property’s day manager, Janel Bishop, began her career with Rangeley in 2003.

“At Rangeley Lake Resort we all wear many hats when it comes to sharing responsibilities. It’s the Festiva way and we do it because it’s right and because we want to make sure we’re treating others as we would like to be treated, especially when on vacation no matter if it’s for light relaxation or to embark on a new adventure,” said Janel, speaking to two of Festiva’s core values.

Downtown Rangeley

When you do venture away from the resort, a visit to downtown Rangeley’s quaint Main Street is a must. Nancy’s Gifts and Jannaca’s Backwoods Clothing is a charming gift shop and outfitter where you can browse for souvenirs, clothing, home decor and much more. If you need more Maine themed gear, visit the Alpine Shop for locally made items for the entire family, and the entire house. Stop in to Pamela Jo Ellis’ watercolor gallery for an art break and see her small-scale watercolors focusing on local landscapes, children and winter scenes.

Hungry? In addition to booking outdoor activities of all varieties, Camp Do What You Wanna also boasts a general store with some of the best local bites for breakfast or lunch. For your health food fix, hit up the Main Street Market to stock up on items for your kitchen back at the resort. If you need a good book to curl up with or some new tunes, visit local favorite Books, Lines & Thinkers.

After a day exploring downtown and perhaps a drive up to famed viewpoint Height of Land, a retreat back to Festiva’s Rangeley Lake Resort and your cozy cabin will be a welcome respite.

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