Join the RLHT staff and MCC members on June 6th from 8 AM to 12 PM to establish public water access trails, picnic sites, and a public dock.
The sandy bottom in Rangeley’s Greenvale Cove is well-known locally. Each summer boaters anchor and raft up for an idyllic Maine afternoon. The shallow cove is the pristine place to let kids be kids and for adults to relax.
Historically Greenvale was a landing for steamboats, a place where visitors crossed paths. In keeping in that spirit RLHT is raising funds to provide a public dock, along with establishing an outhouse and picnic sites, and reestablishing the trails that lead from South Shore Drive to the water access area.
Water access improvements aren’t just about getting to the water. They also provide amenities to recreationalists on the water, looking for an outhouse or place to go to shore.
RLHT and the MCC are calling all community members to join in - even for an hour - to lend a hand. From funding to volunteer time, this project needs your support. Bring your boots, gloves, and water and they will provide the rest!
The Greenvale property is located on South Shore Drive, on the right after the bridge when turning from Route 4.