There is nothing more peaceful than sitting on the edge of a lake. That sound of the water gently lapping the shore, the distant sound of loons calling. The gentle breeze that keeps the air cooler when the sun is beating down. There is nothing quite like lake life. Cobbosseecontee Lake in Maine, better known as Cobbossee, is just what you need to find a peaceful spot to relax. Let’s explore the most remote lake in Maine and all its beauty.  

Here’s a short video by YouTuber Ken Ottaviano featuring stunning aerial views of Cobbosseecontee Lake, the most remote lake in Maine.  

So whatever town you are nearest to, make the trip to Cobbossee Lake in Maine and you will be pleasantly surprised by how peaceful it really can be.

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What is the most remote lake in Maine?

While Cobbosseecontee Lake is the most remote lake in Maine, there are several other lakes that are just as secluded as well as peaceful. Here are some more remote lakes in Maine:

  • The Bowl, Acadia National Park
  • The Belgrade Lakes Area, Central Maine
  • Lake St. George, Liberty
  • Rattlesnake Pool, Evans Notch
  • Sabbathday Lake, New Gloucester
  • Duckpuddle Pond, Nobleboro & Waldoboro
  • Bear Pond, Waterford Township

Here’s a previous article with more about these remote lakes in Maine

What are the best lakes in Maine?

Maine is a coastal state brimming with natural beauty as well as scenic lakes. Here are some of the best lakes in Maine: 

  • Aziscohos Lake, Northern Oxford County
  • Sebago Lake, Cumberland County
  • Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park
  • Norway Lake/Pennesseewassee Lake, Norway
  • Moosehead Lake, Piscataquis County
  • Attean Pond, Somerset County
  • Saddleback Lake, Rangeley
  • Messalonskee Lake, Belgrade
  • Megunticook Lake, Knox County
  • Umbagog Lake, Oxford County

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What are the best swimming lakes in Maine? 

Cobbosseecontee Lake is great for swimming, but here are some more of the best swimming lakes in Maine:

  • Echo Lake at Acadia National Park, Mount Desert
  • Moosehead Lake, Beaver Cove
  • Rattlesnake Pool, Evans Notch
  • Upper Richardson Lake, Richardsontown
  • Sebago Lake, Cumberland County
  • Lower Range Pond, Poland
  • Webb Lake at Mount Blue State Park, Weld
  • Damariscotta Lake, Jefferson
  • Pennesseewassee Lake, Norway
  • Sabbathday Lake, New Gloucester

Check out this previous article with more information about the best swimming lakes in Maine.

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