By establishing the Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum the Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society is pursuing its Mission, "to discover, identify, collect, preserve and interpret artifacts, printed material and original historical records which document the history and traditions of the region and its people." Over the past 50 years the Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society has acquired some major and important historical collections of general interest that will continue to be displayed at its museum on Main Street in Rangeley. The new Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum in the nearby village of Oquossoc affords the opportunity to focus on the region's rich outdoor sporting history by working with its partners in this venture.

Supporting organizations include:

The Rangeley Region Guidesí & Sportsmenís Association is dedicated to protecting and enhancing the regionís fisheries and wildlife through stream restoration, habitat enhancement, the Junior Guides Program, hunter safety and archery courses, teaching fly tying and fly casting and protecting sportsmenís rights.

Fly Fishing in Maine is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and preserving Maine's fisheries through education and conservation. FFIM shares its passion with others and wishes to introduce newcomers, young and old, to the wonders of fishing.

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife's mission is protecting, preserving and enhancing Maine's natural resources, quality of place and economic future.

The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust's mission is the permanent protection of significant natural resources of the Rangeley Region for the benefit of the public and future generations.

Now you can join this partnership with your tax-exempt donation to the capital building fund or to our collections.

Nestled between the arching spruce and fir, in the midst of some of the finest brook trout and salmon fishing anywhere, the Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum is located on two acres in the center of Rangeleyís village of Oquossoc. The Museum not only honors our past, but it is a gateway to the regionís exciting outdoors experience and its future.

How To Reach Us:
Rangeley Outdoor Sporting
Heritage Museum
P O Box 521 Rangeley, ME 04970
(207) 864-3091
Email info@rangeleyoutdoormuseum.org
501©3 non profit organization

4 hours from Boston via
Interstate 95 to Maine Turnpike
Take Exit 75 and travel north on
Continue on Route 4 to the village of Oquossoc


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