Rangeley Lake Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 6 Bedrooms, 5 Baths, (Sleeps 14)
This beautiful, secluded home has been in our family for over fifty years. It is right on Rangeley Lake, includes a large main house and three private cabins as well as a private yard and dock with boats. It comfortably sleeps 14.
The main house features a wrap-around deck with a large outdoor table and grill overlooking the lawn and lake as well as a covered area with outdoor couches and chairs. Inside is a living room, dining room, fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washer/dryer, a bedroom, and a bathroom. It also has two wood stoves for cozy nights with firewood provided.
The camp also includes three private cabins, each with bedrooms, bathrooms, and wood stoves. Our camp has a large private yard and dock with canoes, kayaks, & motorboat for exploring the lakes coves and beaver dams and even going to two nearby picturesque towns.
While our camp is in a wooded area, it few miles from Oquossoc and Rangeley, towns that feature rustic charm and all the modern amenities, including many places for dining.
Keywords: private yard, wrap around deck, wood stoves, family dock, canoes, kayaks, motorboat, rustic, lakefront, hiking, tennis, lobster, camp
- children welcome
- pets considered
About The Owner
My parents bought this property during WWII, loving the area for many years before. Our family has vacationed here for over 50 summers, entertaining friends and other family members. Our waterfront property is perfect for daily swims and boating activities and occasional fishing. We have always enjoyed our meals on the porch. Each day ended with a view of the sunset from our dock. Now we want to share this beautiful home and these mountains with you.
The Owner purchased this cabin in 1942
Why The Owner chose Rangeley Lake
Nestled on beautiful Rangeley Lake, our home is unique because of its extensive lake front and its special layout—both make it perfect for your family or multi-generational sharing. Grandparents (like me), my adult children, and their children all cook and eat and play together during the day, but at days end we have our own separate cabins for sleeping. Even with a full house, we have our privacy. There have been summers where my son’s family as well as their friends with their children and I have all enjoyed a vacation here together and our home has hosted many family reunions. Our area is protected from development by a land trust, which has given us walking paths to explore just beyond our doorstep. Many activities for old and young are available —all you might need is a walking stick or a paddling arm!
What makes this cabin unique
We still love our lakeside paradise of over 60 years. The area is beautiful and peaceful. Fortunately, little has changed here since I was a girl. Our house allows us to partake in all of the outdoor activities we love: swimming, boating, tennis, golf, hiking. And, of course, just relaxing on the porch or in the hammock with a good book. Our camp has been our perfect Shangri-La with the added touch of the attractive town, Rangeley only a few miles away. My father first came to the area in the summer of 1919 as a companion for boy suffering from hay fever. Rangeley was the perfect antidote. The grandchildren of that family still come from California every summer. Many of our other neighbors are the children and grandchildren of families who have been summering here for generations. My father found his paradise here as a young man and several years later when my parents had an opportunity to buy a home on the lake they jumped at it. My sisters and I think they made the right decision.