Buttermilk Pond, Maine


Buttermilk Pond is located in Piscataquis county, Maine. Find dining and lodging options near Buttermilk Pond.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Katahdin Country Club, Hillcrest Golf Club and Hidden Meadows Golf Course), hiking (Scutaze Trail, Hardy Pond Trail and Sand Bank Trail).

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Hiking Trails:
Scutaze Trail
Hardy Pond Trail
Sand Bank Trail

State Parks
Baxter State Park, Maine
Pond Farm State Wildlife Area, Maine
Lily Bay State Park, Maine

Gift Shops
Brenda's Florist & Gifts, 165 Main, Old Town, ME 04468

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Map of Buttermilk Pond, Maine


Restaurants in the vicinity
Milo House of Pizza
Mclaughlin's Family Diner
Valerie Jeans
Nor'easter
Raise And Shine Cafe
Hotels in the vicinity
Sunset Ridge Lodge & Outfitters
Peak's Kenny Motor Lodge
Beech Ridge Camps
Bears Den Log Cabin Motel
Indian Hill Motel

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Current Weather at Buttermilk Pond, Maine


Fair

37°F

Fair
Humidity: 52%
Wind: NW at 6 mph

3-day forecast

Sunday
Mostly sunny
31°F / 57°F
Monday
AM Clouds/PM Sun
40°F / 62°F
Tuesday
Few showers
42°F / 62°F

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Hunting Easter Eggs by the Lake

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