185 Portland Road
Bridgton ME 04009
Email Phone: (207) 647-2622 Fax: (207) 647-2724
Bridgton Maine is part of Cumberland County. It is a four-season area that has something for everyone. The unique blend of history, recreation, attractions and family fun make Bridgton a perfect destination. Whether you are in the market for a place to enjoy the great outdoors or to simply sit back and take in the beautiful mountain and lake views, Bridgton and the surrounding western Maine towns will assuredly provide the means to satisfy your every desire.
With unspoiled forests and waterways, Bridgton is a year-round outdoor playground and sportsman's paradise. Here you can bike scenic roads or remote trails, canoe calm waters or photograph spectacular sunsets. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, here you can: Climb. Fish. Golf. Hike. Hunt. Sail. Swim. Ski. Boat. Snowmobile Etc.
Shopping in Bridgton can be summarized in one word, "unique." We don't have the big box stores. Instead, enjoy the antique and specialty shops located throughout downtown. Whether you are looking for a perfect gift for that special someone, or for yourself, you'll be sure to find it in one of our many quaint shops. From hand-made Maine crafts and antique treasures to outdoor gear and clothing, you'll find a variety of shopping opportunities.
Are you looking for a cottage on one of our many lakes to rent for a week? Or maybe you are in the market to purchase a home. Secure your piece of Bridgton real estate by contacting The Maine Real Estate Network in Bridgton (207) 647-2622). You will enjoy the solitude the landscape has to offer, as well as the excitement the lakes and mountains bring, due to the multitude of activities in Bridgton.
Bridgton is small enough to be friendly, but large enough to offer all the necessary services of contemporary living. This is a special and exciting area nestled among the beautiful waters of various lakes and mountains. You'll find it a convenient location to reach North Conway, New Hampshire, Freeport and Portland, Maine or the White Mountains. If quality of life is important to you, then the Bridgton deserves a closer look.
From Portsmouth and Boston: Take I-95 North to Maine Turnpike exit 48 (formerly exit 8). Follow Route 302 West for approximately 40 miles to Bridgton.
From North Conway, New Hampshire: Follow Route 302 East through Fryeburg.
Below are approximate driving distances to Bridgton from the following:
North Conway, NH 26 miles
Portland, ME 39 miles
Freeport, ME 55 miles
Manchester, NH 130 miles
Boston, MA 148 miles
Worcester, MA 178 miles
Providence, RI 214 miles
Montreal, QC, Canada 216 miles