Lake Regions of Maine
The Mid-Coast Region
The Mid-Coast Region of Maine is known all over the world for windjammer cruises, lobster bakes, and lighthouses. What is less well-known about the area is that there are a number of beautiful lakes and ponds which give freshwater lovers great places to boat, fish, and swim while providing easy access to coastal attractions.
This region runs along the coast from Freeport to Belfast and includes the towns of Brunswick, Bath, Wiscasset, Boothbay Harbor, Damariscotta, Rockland, and Camden - all towns synonymous with the Maine coast. A few miles inland from all these coastal towns sit freshwater lakes and ponds offering a variety of lakefront and lake access home and land listings.
Old Indian names are not lost on bodies of water here. All within close proximity to the coast are lakes or ponds named Pemaquid, Megunticook, Sennebec, Chickawaukie, and Quantabacook. Also find a string of ponds - South Pond, North Pond, and Seven Tree Pond - a pond for baseball fans - Pitcher Pond - and, for opera buffs, Swan Lake.
However your taste might run in lakes and ponds, you're likely to find what you want here. With the added benefit of accessing all that mid-coast Maine has to offer in activities and amenities, this location is hard to beat.
Lakefront Locator will get you to available listings in the Mid-Coast Region. LakeSmart is a research tool that will give you important information about area lakes. Remember, you can change the house but you can't change the location. So, do your homework! If you have a question or need a friend in the business let us know. We love Maine's lakes and ponds and want to share them with you.
The Lakefront Experts at Mr Lakefront.