Welcome to Eagle Ridge

Four Seasons

Winter, Summer, Spring, Fall- which ever is your favorite, there are TONs of options and opportunities to recreate and become involved in your favorite activities in Kingfield and the surrounding area.


Downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling. Sugarloaf, Saddleback and other spots provide a vast array of options for all abilities and tastes. If you are a snowmobiler, ITS Connector Trail 115 runs right through Kingfield with the Kingfield Snow Wanderer Club maintaining the trails.

Spring & Summer

Lakes and Streams of the area provide great fishing for fly fishing and trolling. Great swimming holes and waterfalls are nearby, and of course the award-winning golf course at Sugarloaf Mountain and several others in the area.

Enjoy access to a full trail system for mountain biking, hiking, and ATV. Maine Huts and Trails HQ are located in town as well as many locals that belong to the bike club and the Kingfield Quad Runners ATV club.


Foliage in the fall

The foliage is like no other region than in the Western Mountains. A 360° view of color changes from mid-September to late October.

Hunt for birds, deer, bear and moose - The Carrabassett Valley Outdoor Association is a great resource with their rifle, trap, handgun and bow range located just North of Sugarloaf Mountain. CVOA is a great resource for all outdoor activities and people that know the right places to go!

Museums and Galleries

Great in any season, Kingfield and the region is loaded with artists and galleries. A monthly Artwalk takes place, and there is also the Ski Museum, and the Stanley Museum located in Kingfield. Schoolhouse Gallery and the High Peaks Artisan Guild are also nearby.

For more information about great resources in the area such as lodging, restaurants, shopping and other places to visit, be sure to check out The High Peaks Region and the Visitors Center in Carrabassett Valley.