Lee, Maine

Lee at a Glance

Want to get off I-95? Highly recommended detour: Lee is a small New England village with a picture postcard feeling. Situated on Route 6, the Trans-Maine Trail, you can leave behind the city life and head into perfect nature. While here you can enjoy Maine’s 4 seasons:

Winter with downhill skiing, cross country skiing, ice fishing, and snowmobiling

Spring and Summer: boating, fishing, hiking, ATV’ing.

Fall with spectacular foliage and hunting. No matter which season you come, bring your camera. You will want to remember everything.

Places to Stay in Lee

DunLoggin Bed-N-Breakfast at Silver Lake Lee, Maine (207) 738-5014 House in the Woods Camps, (207) 738-4421. convenient RT. 6 intown location. One room cabins that sleep 6-8. Used hunting season for hunters, but also available at other times.

Places to Eat in Lee

Raymond’s Variety (207)738-2558 Lee’s only gas station, general store, and family diner.

Places to Go in Lee

The best places to go don’t have addresses? The lakes, the woods, the rivers, the mountains. But while you’re staying, you might as well see some of the local attractions. Lee Historical Society Musuem (summers only) (207)738-4125 Mt. Jefferson Ski Area (207) 738-2377

Getting Around Lee

House in the Woods Maine Guide Service Paul House – Registered Maine Master Guide

Lee, Maine (207) 738-4421 Chase’s Wooden Furniture Store (207) 738-2461

Lee Links

Need more? Try these links for additional information about Lee, Maine.

The I-95 Exit Information Guide
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House in the Woods Camp
4 season registered Maine Master Guide can lead you to the heart of Maine’s wilderness. Easy access cabin available on Rt. 6 near town center.

Mt. Jefferson Ski Area
Family downhill ski area in center of town.

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