The Chamber would like to congratulate all the award recipients from our awards dinner this past Friday at the beautiful Highland Lake Resort in Bridgton. Volunteer of the Year - Tux Burke, Non-Profit of the Year - Bridgton Lions Club, Business Person of the Year - Emily Baker w/ AM Enterprises, LLC, New Business of the Year - Annette Metcalf w/ Annette's Country Skillet Diner, President's Award - American Legion Post 155 Naples, ME and Business of the Year - Mack's Place, Inc. We would also like to thank our speaker, Jeff Brickman with Central Maine Medical Center - CMMC, we would also like to thank them for sponsoring our dinner, Watkins Flowers and Garden for making our beautiful center pieces and MANE Catering and Event Services for the wonderful food.
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Planning a vacation and looking for lakes and mountains? Look no more! We have it all here for you in the Lakes Region of Maine! With a combination of Long Lake, Brandy Pond, the Songo River and Sebago Lake, you’ve got a full day of boating on 42 miles of water! For a quieter water-way experience head to Moose Pond, Highland Lake, Crystal Lake, Kezar Lake, Panther Pond, Raymond Lake, Crescent Lake, Parker Pond or Thomas Pond. Do you see why we are called the Lakes Region?
Self-proclaimed as a “visitor favorite”, our area offers many kinds of accommodations from the very popular Bed and Breakfast, Motels, Cabins, Cottages, and an abundance of Campgrounds! Enjoy our endless amenities; restaurants, ice cream stands, movie theatre, drive-in theatre, specialty shops, art galleries and our famous paddle-boat, the Songo River Queen! Most importantly, don’t go home until you enjoy our famous Maine lobster available at almost every eating establishment!
Outdoor opportunities abound. Kayaks, Pontoon Boats, Motor Boats and Jet Skis bring fun and excitement when cruising the waterways. Bike, hike, golf or bird watch. Whatever you do, be sure to bring along your camera to capture some amazing photos! If taking it easy is more your style, visit covered bridges, tour a museum, attend a theatrical performance or simply relax in a hammock by one of our lakes listening to the loons. Whether you’re looking for an active outdoor vacation or a peaceful family retreat, The Greater Bridgton area offers something for everyone.