Lard Pond, Maine


Lard Pond is located in Androscoggin county, Maine. Find dining and lodging options near Lard Pond.

Check out local things to do such as local golfing (Turner Highlands, Country Fareways Par 3 and Fairlawn Golf & Country Club), hiking (Chimney Trail, Table Rock Trail and Old Speck Mountain Trail).

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Hiking Trails:
Chimney Trail
Table Rock Trail
Old Speck Mountain Trail

State Parks
Mount Blue State Park, Maine

Regional Airports
Twitchell Airport, Maine
Oxford County Regional Airport, Maine
Wales Airport, Maine

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Map of Lard Pond, Maine


Restaurants in the vicinity
Youly's Family Restaurant
The Sedgley Place - Menu Line
Wei-Li Restaurant
Thatchers' Restaurant
Panda Gardens
Hotels in the vicinity
Maine Motel And Cabins
Bass Motel
Dudley's
Motel 6
Lewiston/Auburn Super 8 Motel

 

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Current Weather at Lard Pond, Maine


Cloudy

48°F

Cloudy
Humidity: 71%
Wind: NNW at 6 mph

3-day forecast

Saturday
Partly cloudy
40°F / 63°F
Sunday
Partly cloudy
41°F / 54°F
Monday
Mostly cloudy
37°F / 53°F

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