Sugarloaf Region

Why Sugarloaf?

Welcome to Sugarloaf

The Sugarloaf Region of Maine is abundant with second homes. People flock to this area of Maine to ski and ride on one of the toughest mountains on the east coast, Sugarloaf.  They say if you can ski/ride at Sugarloaf, you can ski/ride anywhere in the world.  Sugarloaf has dominant north west winds that make any person there, a die hard outdoor lover. People also enjoy cross country skiing from Sugarloaf’s outdoor center and also mountain biking from this area in the summer. Snowmobilers use this area to access the ITS 89 and Canadian trails.

The Carrabassett River is abundant with amazing swimming holes and fishing. Flagstaff Lake is close and used a lot in the summer for boating. Read up on the story of Flagstaff Village, the history about the lake is really intriguing. Flagstaff has many private sandy beaches and is loaded with fish, you should only eat one a year because of the mercury content. 

The Sugarloaf Region is an amazing place to buy a ski home, condo, mountain camp, hunting camp, fishing camp, rental property, or primary residence. Homes in this area are perfect for outdoor recreation, mountain views, and secluded getaways!

Local Spotlight

Alice and Lulu’s Mountainside Alpine eatery and wine bar

Mas Amigos Grill – Mexican food and cocktails at the base of Sugarloaf mountain.

Tufulio’s An Italian restaurant serving pizza, pastas, beef, fish, chicken, beer and more.

Coplin Dinnerhouse – Casual fine dining located in a restored farm house in the Western mountains of Maine.

D’Ellies – Located at the base of Sugarloaf serving sandwiches, soups, salads, and desserts.

The Bag & Kettle – Located on the mountain at Sugarloaf. Features soups and stews, burgers, gourmet sandwiches, wood-fired brick oven pizzas, and their own mountain brewed ales.

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