The Maine’s High Peaks Visitor Center is located at 1216 Carrabassett Road (across from Ayotte’s Country Store off RT 27), you can call us at (207) 235-6008 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional info.
Stop by the Maine’s High Peaks Visitor Center- the staff are extremely helpful and most of them are longtime locals. Our knowledgeable staff can give you directions and information to many outdoor activities, places to eat and catch live music, places to stay that fit your budget, or even help you map your hiking or biking routes for the weekend. Joni says don’t forget the quiz on your next visit.
Explore the Village of Stratton/Eustis just a few miles north of Sugarloaf. With so much do to at Sugarloaf proper, it’s hard to imagine venturing beyond the mountain. Stratton is not only home to breathtaking Flagstaff Lake, home of The Valley Below. You can also spend a relaxing afternoon on a paddleboard or in your kayak exploring the lake. Want to know more about the history of Flagstaff Lake, book a Scenic Boat Tour with a Registered Maine Guide. Order a Fresh Thanksgiving Sandwich from Fotter’s Market and some ice cream from the Flagstaff General Store. Want to rent a snowmobile for a day of excitement exploring the 100’s of miles of trails in the High Peaks Region of Maine., stop at Flagstaff Rentals. After an exciting day of activates, stop at The Coplin Dinner House for a special dinner.
Head south to the Town of Kingfield for great fishing, check out the historic Stanley Museum, visit the High Peaks Artisan Guild to check out the works of many local artists, stop at Longfellows Restaurant, next door for lunch and dinner - Joni will tell you they have the Best Lobster Roll you can find. If you’re looking for breakfast, stop at The Kingfield Woodsman for a mountain breakfast. Looking for that special romantic dinner in Kingfield, visit One Stanley Avenue Restaurant. The town has many varied lodging establishments from the historic Herbert Grand Hotel to the Mountain Village Farm B&B.
Still have questions? Ask a local, “Friends are always welcome!”
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