Kingsbury Pond, Maine


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

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Sandy River Golf, Moose River Golf Course and Sugarloaf Golf Course), hiking (Alder Brook Trail, Arnold Pond Trail and Arnold Trail).

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Hiking Trails:
Alder Brook Trail
Arnold Pond Trail
Arnold Trail

State Parks
Lake Saint George State Park, Maine
Durham State Forest, Maine

Gift Shops
Hattie's Antique & Gift Shop, 241 Main Street, Kingfield, ME 04947
Natures Treasures Flowers & Gifts, 246 Main Street, Kingfield, ME 04947

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Map of Kingsbury Pond, Maine


Restaurants in the vicinity
Patrick's Restaurant & Pub
Thompson's Restaurant
Skowhegan Village Pizza
Old Mill Pub
Shed Lunch Stand
Hotels in the vicinity
Bingham Motor Inn & Sports Complex
Brewster Inn of Dexter Maine
Sterling Hotel
Pinewood Motel
Towne Motel

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Current Weather at Kingsbury Pond, Maine


Mostly cloudy

36°F

Mostly cloudy
Humidity: 82%
Wind: NNW at 10 mph

3-day forecast

Saturday
Rain
37°F / 49°F
Sunday
Few showers
36°F / 52°F
Monday
Cloudy
34°F / 51°F

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Hunting Easter Eggs by the Lake

Those of us who love lakes often connect them with the best memories of our childhoods.

My best childhood memories are of fishing, picnicking, and hunting Easter eggs by the small, manmade lake on the farm where I grew up.

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Latest Blog Comments

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