Note: Some locations share the same number since they are close to each other.
The Greater Bridgton Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to the most beautiful place in the world. The air is fresh, the water pure, the woods inspiring, the sunsets breathtaking, the night sky brilliant and the mountains, well, they are made for hiking and sightseeing. The combination of lakes, mountains and scenic beauty creates a vacation experience that is second to none. Come relax, unwind, and make memories you’ll cherish for a lifetime. Let the dynamic landscape, quaint towns and villages, intriguing people and warm western Maine hospitality motivate you to have fun and re-invigorate your life. The Chamber represents the towns of Bridgton, Brownfield, Casco, Denmark, Fryeburg, Harrison, Lovell, Naples, Raymond, Sebago, Stow, Sweden and Waterford. The Greater Bridgton Lakes Region is a wonderful place to vacation as well as live and work. To learn more about us and get up-to-the-minute information call us at 207.647.3472 or check out the other pages on our website.
4 Western Avenue
Gallery 302, an artists’ cooperative , features the work of artists and artisans working in a wide variety of media. Open daily, Gallery 302 is located in Bridgton, heart of the beautiful Lakes Region area of Maine. In addition to showcasing the work of member artists, the gallery hosts solo shows of Guest Artists, and offers a lively series of classes (CLICK HERE FOR CLASS SCHEDULE), lectures, and Plein Air painting sessions. Summer activities include Open Studio Day, Art in Bloom, and the Camp Show. Art in the Park, an annual celebration of art and craft in beautiful Shorey Park, is now the highlight of the summer art scene in Bridgton. The Gallery serves a wide range of talented artists, providing support, opportunities for growth and interaction, and a community outlet for their work. Our monthly receptions are open to the public.
112 Main Street
The Rufus Porter Museum was founded in 2005 to celebrate the life of Rufus Porter (1792-1884), a painter, inventor, musician, and writer. The museum began by preserving and exhibiting Rufus Porter Style wall murals, and since has expanded to encompass Porter’s other accomplishments, and to promote the preservation of early 19th Century Maine and New England culture for future generations. We invite you to share in Porter’s uniquely American blend of creativity, ingenuity, practicality, and energy by coming to explore Rufus Porter’s era through the museum.
67 North High Street
The Stevens Brook Trail is a two-mile path between Highland Lake and Long Lake in Bridgton, Maine. The trail follows the Stevens Brook as it meanders through downtown Bridgton past scenic and historic natural areas.
14 Frances Bell Drive
ADMISSION: (CASH ONLY) $ 7.50 per person (ages 12 & up) $ 5.00 per child (ages 5-11) FREE – children 4 and under ** Special Note: $15 minimum charge per vehicle on Friday, Saturday and Holiday’s Sunday…..ALSO…..Admission is good for one screen ONLY**
383 Portland Road
Here at the Magic Lantern, we try to offer the widest variety of movies in our theaters. Unfortunately, we do not own the movies we play — the film studios do. They choose which theaters will play which movies. With some films, the film studios will only make a limited number of copies because they believe that a limited number of people want to see that movie. Since these films are not released in large quantities, they are in high demand with other (larger) theaters and are very hard to come by.
9 Depot Street
Bridgton Highlands is an open-to-the-public golf and tennis facility that offers four tennis courts and a beautiful and challenging 18-hole golf course with great mountain views. We are located in the heart of Maine’s Lake Region in southwestern Maine near the New Hampshire border. Our 18-hole layout provides a challenging and enjoyable golf experience with a setting that lets you leave distractions behind and focus on your game. We have four tennis courts, and our tennis program is led by noted tennis professional, Bob Kimnach. The program features, lessons, round robins, couples doubles, tournaments, junior programs and more.
We now have a Letter Box! Come look for it and sign the notebook.
Serving Bridgton since 1895
1 Church Street
The Lakes Environmental Association is a membership-supported nonprofit founded in 1970 by residents concerned about the water quality of Long Lake in Naples. Now LEA watches out for 37 lakes and ponds in western Maine and is influential in protecting lakes and watersheds statewide. LEA’sfive-person staff, its board, members and volunteers work every day to protect our waters, because water quality is affected by what happens throughout the watershed – in every town, every development, every house lot.
230 Main Street
Loon Echo Land Trust is collaborating with the towns of Denmark, Bridgton and Sebago to protect the 1600 acre Perley Mills property in order to create a community forest. The majority of the land will be owned and managed by the Town of Denmark, pending voter approval, with a conservation easement held by Loon Echo. The property contains three miles of the Narrow Gauge Trail, a state ITS 89 snowmobile and regional ATV network, as well as Pickerel Pond and Willett Pond. With many important ecological, recreational and economic features, protecting this parcel as public open space and managed forestland is an asset to the surrounding communities.
8 Depot Street #4
60-acre public park. Hiking, handicap accessible area, dog path. Explore the woods in downtown Bridgton!
Depot St. & Willet Rd. entrances