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45 shared acres, 2,070 shared feet of waterfront.

Welcome to Niboban! Association maintained grounds, affordable lakefront living, few associations have boat moorings and docks, open fields and wooded location allows for a location like no other in the area.

A short drive to the villages of Rangeley and Oquossoc and Saddleback, direct groomed snowmobile trail access, hundreds of lakes, ponds and streams in the area. Rangeley Lake is a 6,000 acre fresh water lake known for its clear waters and fishing, looms, bald eagles, deer and the occasional moose have been seen strolling through the fields of Niboban.  A vacationer and sportsman’s paradise, privacy seekers retreat, and all the recreation one could desire out your front door.

Our properties are located in a vacationer and sportsman’s paradise, giving you year round access to everything Maine has to offer.  Our lakeside cabins are centrally located between the heart of Rangely and Oquossoc village, giving you the prime location to venture out for a day on the lake, hike in the mountains, or hit the trails on your ATV or snowmobile. Only a short drive into the villages of Rangeley, Oquossoc, and Saddleback where you can find home town restaurants with a wide array of culinary delights. 

 

As you start approaching the entrance of our development you will notice the road lined with beautiful, mature birch trees and stunning views of Rangeley Lake.  Our access road, South Shore Drive, is great for taking a stroll or bike ride and has easy access to some great hiking trails. Our property and homes are open and provide a welcoming sense of community.  The homes are sold as condo units with each unit being a standalone private home. Buyers can work with a builder to customize their interior. Feel free to enjoy the communal open-ness or enjoy some privacy from the comfort of your own home. 

 

The Rangeley Lakes Region is well known for its 4-season recreation. Winter months you can enjoy direct access to Maine’s intricate maintained and groomed snowmobile trail system.  World-class skiing can be found at nearby Sugarloaf Mountain, the country’s largest ski resort this side of the Rockies or locally loved Saddleback Mountain. Both offer the top alpine and nordic skiing, as well as some of the best apres spots in the state. Haley Pond, in the center of town, offers ice skating, pond hockey, and ice fishing for those looking for a different winter adventure. 

 

The warmer weather months allow you to enjoy the hundreds of lakes, ponds, and streams in the area.  As the snow melts and ice recedes on the lakes and rivers, anglers flock to the area in hopes of catching the perfect trophy fish. Rangeley Lake is a 6,000 acre fresh water lake known for its clear water, fishing, and abundant wildlife- loons, bald eagles, deer and the occasional moose have been seen strolling through the fields of Niboban. Vacationers, boaters, hikers, and those looking for some peace and quiet usher in the summer season beginning Memorial Weekend and are a steady flow through to September.

 

As cooler air enters the region, fall foliage brings people from far and wide to view the magical colors of the Western Mountains- not to mention the abundance of hunters looking for their trophy buck or bird! Enjoy pristine hiking, mountain bike riding, or enjoying some of the local seasonal produce in town.

Fall foliage brings people from far and wide to view the magical colors of the Western Mountains and not to mention the abundance of hunters looking for their trophy buck or bird! Winter rolls in with all her beauty and snowmobiling draws a large crowd from all over to experience the 1,000’s of miles of trails the state and our local club maintain to keep people coming back for more thrills and sites of the Rangeley Lakes Region and Western Mountains. And we can’t forget saddleback Mountain-currently offering groomed Nordic trails, and seeking a buyer to bring back the downhill skiers from all over New England. Haley Pond, in the center of town, offers ice skating, pond hockey, and ice fishing for those looking for a different winter adventure.