Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust has conserved over 13,800 acres of land including 47 miles of lake and river frontage, 15 islands and the majestic 2,443 foot Bald Mountain, all in the Rangeley Lakes Region.
Some properties listed below may have symbols listed alongside their names, a * indicates recreational opportunities on that parcel, while a ^ indicates camping opportunities with a reservation. These properties are divided between "Fee" and "Conservation Easement" lands.
What is the difference between a “Fee” and “Conservation Easement” land?
Fee lands are those which have been acquired by a mutually acceptable payment. All rights to the land are transferred to the new owner. A fee ownership is the clearest and most typical form of land ownership.
A conservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust or government agency that permanently limits uses of the land in order to protect its conservation values.