Museums, waterfalls, and stunning views around every bend.
These gorgeous waterfalls tumble down a 900′ stretch of the Sandy River. The highlight is a 54′ fall that twists through sculpted rocks and plunges into a deep swim hole. The falls are easily accessible from a comfortable rest area off Rt. 4, with picnic tables and bathroom facilities.
Bald Mt. Observation Tower
Enjoy sweeping 360° views of the Rangeley Lakes and the surrounding mountains from the tower atop Bald Mountain. Climbing the tower is an annual tradition for many who spend their summers in Rangley.
Learn about Rangeley’s outdoor sporting heritage, from 10,000-year-old Paleo Native American artifacts to the portrait President Eisenhower painted of his Rangeley guide in 1956. Named Best Sporting Museum in New England by Yankee Magazine in 2014.
Visit the home and research center of one of the 20th century’s most fascinating and controversial physician-scientists. The Reich Museum hosts nature workshops throughout the summer and has an extensive trail network on its 175 acres of pristine woodlands.
Oquossoc Log Church
This charming structure is on the National Register of Historic Places. The entire building, including the walls, pulpit, and altar, are constructed with spruce logs. This unique church was built in 1916 to hold non-denominational services for summer residents of Oquossoc village.