Stoneham is on the edge of the White Mountain National Forest – which reaches into Maine as well as New Hampshire.

Keewaydin Lake in Stoneham is one of my favorite places to canoe and fish. It’s a small lake with a dam and shallows on one end and a deep main body with a large rock ledge that comes out to a point on the backside of the lake. It’s loaded with salmon, trout and bass and you can see remnants of stone cribs and piers from when cutting and hauling ice for your ice box was a big business. Rattlesnake Mountain looms in the background.

When I was kid there was a small ski area I used to go to called Evergreen Valley. The ski area disappeared  but there is still the Evergreen Valley Inn nestled in the heart of the mountains. There’s trails, ponds, streams and waterfalls throughout this area of the White Mountain National Forest.

Visit these websites:

Stoneham Town Website
Stoneham Schools

Come for a visit and stay for a lifetime.

David Karl Roberts/Associate Broker
The Maine Real Estate Network

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