- Our list of the best things to do in Rangeley, Maine, features the top 22 nearby activities — including 19 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Rangeley, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Winter Activities, Water Activities, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Rangeley, ME , followed by 3 popular activities in nearby cities, including Kingfield
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100% 570 votes
274 Shore Drive, Rangeley, ME 04964 MoreLess Info
Rangeley Lake Cruises gives rides on a 26-foot wooden boat with a surrey top and canvas sides on Rangeley Lake. The boat holds eight to 10 adults who are told the history of the area while on the boat.
100% 285 votes
274 Shore Drive, Rangeley, ME 4964 MoreLess Info
There's much to enjoy at Rangeley Region Lake Cruises and Kayaking. The restored wood charter boats offer cruises or kayak excursions for visitors who want a closer look at the nature and wildlife in the area.
99% 344 votes
Rangeley, ME MoreLess Info
Height of Land is a wide elongated area on the west shoulder of Maine 17 highway where the Appalachian Trail crosses the highway. Those who stop here can see Mooselookmeguntic Lake, Cupsuptic Lake, Upper Richardson Lake, Old Blue Mountain, Elephant Mountain and Bemis Mountain.
95% 166 votes
976 Saddleback Mountain Rd, Rangeley, ME MoreLess Info
Saddleback Maine is a 4,120-foot tall mountain with a 2,000-foot vertical drop that is used for downhill skiing and other winter activities. During the summer, the area has many recreational opportunities including boating, canoeing, golf, hiking, kayaking, and hiking.
90% 178 votes
2809 Main Street, Rangeley, ME 04970 MoreLess Info
Moose Alley is a bowling alley that also has billiards, an entertainment arcade, an indoor fire pit and live music. Bowler's Journal International features this alley, as 'one of the 100 bowling places you must visit before you die.'
100% 64 votes
Rangeley, ME MoreLess Info
The 16,300-acre Mooselookmeguntic Lake with a maximum depth of 132 feet is popular with anglers who catch salmon and brook trout on streamer flies. Other activities at the lake include camping, hiking, and wildlife viewing.
99% 69 votes
Route 17, Rangeley, ME MoreLess Info
From the top of Quill Hill, visitors can take in panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, meadows, and lakes in the region, or simply enjoy a picnic at the summit. The hill is accessible by a dirt road.
94% 96 votes
2640 Main Street, Rangeley, ME 04970 MoreLess Info
Acadian Seaplanes offers its clients the possibility of travelling from one place to another, in Maine, aboard modern floatplanes. There are 8 packages to choose from, including the sightseeing tours.
98% 82 votes
Rte 4, Rangeley, ME 4216 MoreLess Info
Smalls Falls is a waterfall that offers swimming, hiking, and scenic vistas. Picnicking and observation from a nearby bridge are also available, as are nearby restrooms and barbecue for sale.
97% 34 votes
Town Hall Road & Cascade Road, Rangeley, ME MoreLess Info
Cascade Stream Gorge Trail is a wilderness hiking trail of about two miles in length. Hikers will see waterfalls, scenic woods, and mountain views as they hike along the Cascade Stream.