Bridgton, ME – Small-Town Flavor And Local CharmShare
Incorporated in 1794, Bridgton has always been known for its small-town flavor and local charm. Serving as the gateway to western Maine’s mountains and lakes, Bridgton is now home to Shawnee Peak Ski Area, The Bridgton Highlands Country Club, many summer camps, and a vibrant out-door community. Whether you enjoy a stroll on the beach, a round of golf, or a day in the mountains, western Maine has all you need.
" Shawnee Peak is also home to the most night skiing in New England"
When the snow falls and the weather turns cold, do as the locals do; buckle up your ski boots, fire up the snowmobiles, or get out your ice-fishing gear and hit the lake. Shawnee Peak Ski Area is home to nearly 250 skiable acres and some of the best sightseeing around. Enjoy expansive views of Moose Pond, the western Maine foothills, and the entire Presidential Mountain Range. Shawnee Peak is also home to the most night skiing in New England, so even when the boat is in winter storage, you can still catch that stunning sunset from the chairlift.