1 (Moose Head Lake)
Maine has the most lakes
It depends on how you define a lake. There are approximately 6000 water bodies in Maine greater than one acre in size and 22,000 that are less than an acre. Of these, there are approximately 2200 named lakes.
It doesn't border any lakes but it borders an ocean.
hey moron what do u call kennebec river ofourse theres lakes and rivers in maine you have stupid you havent even used yet
there are none
The state of Maine's landforms include lakes, bays, islands, rivers and mountains. Mount Katahdin is in Northern Maine and is a major landform.
A major landform in the state of Maine is Mt. Katahdin in northern Maine.Maine has a wide variety of landforms in each county. The landforms in Maine are rivers, lakes, bays, islands, and mountains.
The web address of the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is: www.rlht.org/
it is very foresty with lakes and some mountains
Rangeley Lake is in the town of Rangeley, Franklin County, Maine; western mountains and lakes region of Maine. Part of a chain of lakes that extend to the Androscoggin River. Renowned for its long history of fishing heritage legends.
The address of the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is: Rr 4, Oquossoc, ME 04970
No. The ocean doesn't freeze. Only the lakes and rivers do.
Maine's rugged coastline and serene lakes originally were it's main attractions. Maine has been a weekend gfetaway for metro Boston residents since the Boston and Maine Railroad started it's passenger service. Many famous people came here to get away or live here to this day quietly out of the limelight of Hollywood and Washington D.C.,
The phone number of the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is: 207-864-7311.
Tourists came to Maine during the Industrial Revolution because Maine was a safe state. Also, they came to see Maine's beautiful lakes, rivers, ponds, and streams.
The web address of the Sandy River And Rangeley Lakes Railroad is: http://www.srrl-rr.org