Pohénégamook is perfect for natural diversions set around a crystal clear lake.
Pohénégamook butts up against the US border and is arranged around a massive lake of the same name. The town is a popular summer vacation spot because thanks to its varied recreation opportunities—including top-tier windsurfing—so campers can rent all manner watercraft to get out and enjoy the lake. A public beach features an inflatable water park, while elsewhere in Pohénégamook, visitors will find public gardens and a marina. Camping is plentiful in and around Pohénégamook, putting you close to several national parks and attractions.
Many of Pohénégamook’s businesses rely on the tourist trade, so although the town is open year-round, some things may not be open in winter (even though there are plenty of snowsports activities on offer during this time). Weather and offerings are best from June through October, though Pohénégamook can get very busy in mid-July through August when the lake is at its warmest and most welcoming.