As Lake George Regional Park looks to celebrate our 20th year, we thank the generosity of our volunteers and donors.

The park has become a destination of choice for people in the surrounding area, as well as those looking for a tranquil spot on the shores of the lake.

We recently held our annual fall auction, which is a cornerstone of our fundraising activities. We were pleased with the turnout and the sense of community involvement and support that evening. We would like to thank the many individuals and businesses who donated their time, items and energy to make this event a success.

The park’s mission continues: Provide and maintain affordable public access to the services and facilities of Lake George Regional Park. The park is managed using principles of safety, stewardship and service learning, and offers recreational, educational and social opportunities for visitors.

A committed group of citizens and volunteers has guided the park and continues to support this special place, providing time, money, services or necessary park equipment. The volunteer board of directors is continually improving upon the park.

The park serves rural communities within a 50-mile radius of Lake George. Each year, a combination of roughly 20,000 community members and visitors use the lake, public boat launch and the surrounding 320 acres of land for recreation and enjoying the beauty of the lake area.

Jeff McCabe, director

Lake George Regional Park

Skowhegan

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