Bald Mountain Camps
Most sporting camps serve home-style comfort food, but not so Bald Mountain. Although the dining room’s lakefront setting and pine-and-antler décor are traditional, locally revered chef Brian Anderson’s menu elevates the experience, with entrées such as Moroccan roast rack of lamb, pan-seared duck breast, and Caribbean fish tacos. Big windows in the main-lodge dining room frame sigh-worthy sunset views over Mooselookmeguntic Lake. BEST SPORTING-CAMP RESTAURANT
–Yankee Magazine, May/June 2016
Dining in a traditional sporting camp is a must in the Rangeley Lakes region, and it’s hard to beat Bald Mountain for authentic atmosphere, good food, and the sunset view of Mooselookmeguntic Lake and the distant Presidential Range to the southwest in New Hampshire.
Family-oriented traditional sporting camp, established in 1897, on the shore of Mooselookmeguntic Lake. BEST SUNSET VIEWS
–Yankee Magazine, January/February 2012
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