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welcoming shores of Sebago Lake in
the south to the deep forested areas
that flank the Appalachian Trail to the
north and the hundreds of miles of ski
slopes on Saddleback, Sugarloaf, and
Sunday River. The beauty and bounty
of being this close to nature gives
visitors to the region no reason whatsoever
to complain that they have
nothing to do. Even the many small
communities spread out through the
region offer something for everyone:
Take the Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway
- spot a moose, maybe. Visit Lewiston
delivers on the promise of an easy
lakeside summer vacation. Like the
other inland regions, the Lakes &
Mountains region is oriented primarily
from south to north with communities
connected not by four and six
lane highways but by well-worn two
lane roads with just enough scenery
information write to:
Hunting & Fishing
Information
between them to remind you that
you are still out in the country. Following
Rt. 302 out of Portland brings
you up into the Sebago Lakes region
from there explore Fryeburg or Norway's
Main Street. Continue north
on Rt. 26 into Bethel, it's one of the
sweetest and most beautiful mountain
towns ever. Outside Newry don't
forget to track down the famed Artist's
Covered Bridge a magnet
CYNTHIA CURTIS
Visitors have traditionally njoyed the wealth of
hunting and fishing opportunities found in Maine.
& Auburn's twin cities for a taste of
in-town culture, and the Sebago area
Licenses can be obtained at Maine's Statewide
Information Centers and at campground stores in
generations of photographers and all
kinds of artist.
MAINE SIGNS
Happy Driving.
information available to travelers. You'll probably
need to look harder to find your way. To avoid
confusion, we suggest the following:
* Get directions before you leave. Brochures and web
sites usually include directions, and campground
owners will be happy to tell you how to reach them.
for
locations where fishing and hunting are primary
activities. The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries
and Wildlife can provide answers to your questions and
will provide pamphlets containing official rules and
regulations as well as license fees. For more
Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
41 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0041
207-287-8000
www.maine.gov/ifw
This is Maine camping country and an
apt place for the journey we have taken
through Maine to come to a close.
The pink clouds veined with golden
light from the setting sun over the
Presidential Range to the west are
spectacular. Countless cascading and
easy to reach waterfalls invite you in
for the plunge - the Bigelow's, Flagstaff
Lake, Kingfield, and Carrabassett
Valley. Each and every one of these
communities and all those across
Maine are worth taking time to enjoy.
* Be sure to carry a recent map.
* Use available information centers.
Cities & Towns: Lewiston & Auburn,
Rangeley, Bethel, Oxford, Kingfield,
Fryeburg, Jay, Livermore & Livermore
Falls, Gray, and Sebago
Maine's " Billboard Law " is
intended to preserve the
state's scenic resources, but it
affects the directional
Roads & Highways: Rt. 302, Rt. 100,
Rt. 4, US-2, Rt. 26 & 27, Rt. 16, Rt. 35,
Rt.5
* Signs can only indicate changes in direction.
Make next available turn in direction sign arrow is
pointing.
* Number indicates distance from sign to
destination- after turn is complete.
Scenic Byways: National Scenic Byways
Rangeley Scenic Byway; State
Scenic Byways: Grafton Notch Scenic
Byway (Rt. 26), Pequawket Trail Scenic
Byway (Rt. 113) State Route 27
Scenic Byway
* Sizes and layouts of signs are standardized;
reflectorized signs will be blue with white lettering
and standard symbols.
Standard Layout
Campground Symbols
Notable Features: Explore the Arts in
Lewiston & Auburn, Skiing on Saddleback,
Sunday River or Sugarloaf, Rapid
River, The Stanley Steamer Museum,
Tour all the covered bridges, ride The
Songo River Queen at Sebago, Fryeburg
Fair & L/A Balloon Festival.
Firewood Do's and Don'ts
What would camping be without a campfire? Sad...
What would Maine forests be without trees? Sadder yet!
The Asian Longhorned Beetle and the Emerald Ash
Borer are marching across the country with their eyes on
Maine's beautiful forests and woodlands. Buying
firewood where you burn it was not the brain child of the
Maine Campground Owners Association and the law was
not our idea but we strongly support the effort of the
Maine Forest Service to protect our states natural
resources.
Please support our effort to protect vacationland by not
moving firewood into Maine and not moving firewood
within Maine more than 50 miles. If you arrive with
firewood you may be asked to burn it all immediately.
This is a serious problem.
1. Don't give bugs a free ride to their next meal.
2. Do buy wood where you burn it and be part of
the solution.
3. Visit the forest service website for more
information at
www.maine.gov/firewood
Thank you for your understanding, and for keeping VACATIONLAND safe for your future vacations.
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