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Houghton, Maine
On State Route #17 Roxbury Road, north of Community of Houghton, Maine, starts Byway Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway, which winds through mountains and lakes. Along the byway, it offers travelers a spectacular scenery, outstanding recreational opportunities, abundant wildlife, local museums, and quaint New England villages. Travelers can enjoy nature's abundance all along the byway.
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Access
Access to a roadside pond, This county road connects this location with Houghton, Maine
5.6
9.0
Trail A
Trail A, Trail B, Trail C, to Round Pond, Sabbath Day Pond, Long Pond,
6.3
10.2
Access
Access to Bemis Station Road, Upper Dam Road, Mooselook Meguntic Lake, Cupsuptic Lake,
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10.7
Access Road
Access Road to Long Pond
10.1
16.2
Crosstown Road
Crosstown Road, connects with the Byway/State Highway #14 beside the Edelheid Road Pond,
13.2
21.3
S River Trail
S River Trail/S Shore Drive, Herbie Welch Trail, Mooselookmeguntic Lake located on the west of this location. On the east located Rangeley Lake, Rangeley Lake State Park, Maine
13.9
22.4
Bemis Station Road
Bemis Station Road, S Dog Road, to Rangeley Lake, on the east and Mooselookmeguntic Lake on the west.
14.4
23.2
Lake Shore Road
Lake Shore Road, South Rangeley, Maine,
16.9
27.2
Oquossoc, Maine
Carry Road, Indian Rock Road, Oquossoc, Maine, Spots Point, on the shores of Cupsuptic Lake, in Maine.
17.1
27.5
Junction
Junction Megalloway Road / State Route #16, to Pleasant Island, Maine on Cupsuptic Lake,
18.6
30.0
Berkshire Road
Berkshire Road, Quimby Pond, Mingo Loop Road, travels along the northwestern shore of Rangeley Lake,
19.1
30.7
Quimby Pond Road
Quimby Pond Road, Cottage Road, Quimby Pond, Beaver Bog,
19.9
32.1
Dodge Pond Road
Dodge Pond Road, Orgonon, located in Rangeley, Maine, was once the residence, laboratory, and research center of Wilhelm Reich, an Austrian-born psychiatrist. It is also Reich's final resting place and known as The Wilhelm Reich Museum; open to the public.
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Round Pond Road
Round Pond Road, Dodge Pond, a large pond located just off State Route #16 (part of the Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway), Lost Logans Road, Lost Logan,
21.3
34.3
Mingo Loop Road
Mingo Loop Road, runs along the shores of Rangeley Lake, Maine. The lake is one of the major headwater lakes of the Androscoggin watershed. Its elevation is 1,518 feet above sea level and its area is about 10 square miles.
23.1
37.2
Loon Lake Road
Loon Lake Road, Ross Pond, Steven A. Bean Municipal Airport, Bud Russell Road, to Kennebago Pond, located off Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway in Maine
23.6
37.9
Rangeley, Maine
At this location State Route #16 detours from the byway and travels northerly to Stratton, Maine. Rangeley, Maine, is the center of the Rangeley Lakes Region, a resort area. The town includes the villages of Oquossoc, Haines Landing and South Rangeley.
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39.6
Dallas Hill Road
Dallas Hill Road, Saddle Back Ski Area Road,
27.1
43.6
S Shore Drive
S Shore Drive/S River Trail, South Bog Stream, Rangeley Lake State Park,
28.6
46.0
Edelheid Road
Edelheid Road, a large unnamed Pond located along State Route #4, south of Rangeley Lake, in Maine
32.3
52.0
Beech Hill Road
Beech Hill Road, City Pond Road
36.5
58.8
Harvey Pond
Harvey Pond, a small pond located along State Highway #4 west of Madrid, Maine. This is where Byway Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway ends.