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Lambert Lake

Guidelines for Use of LMF Properties

Fishing Canoeing/Kayaking 

Project Description

Lambert Lake, tucked amidst mountains near the New Brunswick border, is an attractive and largely undeveloped Great Pond. The steep wooded shores along this 605-acre water body are broken only by a few rustic camps, mostly concentrated at the southern end. Boaters and fishermen have traditionally enjoyed this scenic setting, rich in brook trout and landlocked salmon, but until recently there was no guaranteed public access. To help ensure continued recreational use, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife acquired a 6-acre shorefront lot that will accommodate a small launching ramp and an 8-vehicle parking lot. The Department received support for its purchase from the LMF Program and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Sport Fish Restoration Program. Please note: As of 2003, site improvements are planned within the next three years using an access development grant from the Sport Fish Restoration Program. No trailered boat access is available at this time.