Paddling the Kennebago River
Join us on an Outdoor Adventure Series Program
The sandy bottom in Rangeley’s Greenvale Cove is well-known locally. Each summer boaters anchor and raft up for an idyllic Maine afternoon. The shallow cove is the pristine place to let kids be kids and for adults to relax. Have you passed an afternoon on Greenvale?
In early 2017 RLHT was gifted the Greenvale parcel by the Geller Family. We’ve taken the last year to explore the parcel, meet our neighbors, and ponder all that it could be. Turns out our 15-acre property has a lot to offer our community.
We’ve made a plan. We need your help: from funding to volunteer time, we need your support.
Historically Greenvale was a landing for steamboats, a place where visitors crossed paths. In keeping in that spirit we are raising funds to provide a public dock, along with establishing an outhouse, and reestablishing the trails that lead from South Shore Drive to the water access area.
Let's address the lack of public access and bathroom facilities on Rangeley Lake - something we've all been waiting for!
MCC, RLHT & Volunteers Lay Trails at Greenvale
The Maine Conservation Corps dedicated a day of service to Rangeley Lake Heritage Trust's Greenvale Parcel. The RLHT staff and MCC members were joined by volunteers on June 6th to establish public water access trails and picnicking sites.Learn More
Join Our Walk the Woods Series
Every Tuesday we lead an hour and a half walk on our conservation lands around Rangeley Lake. The walks are open and free to the community and kid-friendly. We meet at the Trailhead at 5:30 each Tuesday. Join us!
Our Spring Newsletter is in!
Stay up in the know on Trust activities! We have a new summer crew at the launches, new trails to introduce and new technology we would like to share with you!