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Waterboro & Lake Arrowhead
Much of the fun outdoors in Waterboro and the Lake Arrowhead community can be had on the water, here in this tranquil corner of southwestern Maine.
Things to do in the Waterboro and Lake Arrowhead
On Little Ossipee Lake, there’s plenty of room for paddling your canoe or kayak or taking out the boat. If fishing is your game, there’s plenty to be had - brook trout, lake trout, perch and bass are all on offer.
Want to stay on dry land? Check out Ossipee Mountain—the highest point of land in the area at 1,058 feet—and look out from the fire tower on the summit. Nearby, the Waterboro Barrens Preserve includes a network of hiking trails that web through the barrens’ strange landscape. Rare butterflies and moths are commonly found here.
Where to Stay in Waterboro and Lake Arrowhead
Lodging in the Waterboro and Lake Arrowhead region includes the Walnut Grove Campground, Alfred; Scott's Cove Camping, Alfred; Jeremiah Mason House B&B, Limerick; Bunganut Lake Camping Area, Alfred; The Inn at Cornish, Cornish; and at these additional suggestions. Also scroll through the list of regional businesses below.
Restaurants in Waterboro and Lake Arrowhead
Looking for a good meal? Check out Flippin' Good, in East Waterboro; Woody’s Sports Grille, in Waterboro; Blast From The Past Diner, in East Waterboro; and these additional suggestions. Also scroll through the list of regional businesses below.