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Solitude

Saddleback is tucked away in an old fishing camp in Dallas Plantation. It is very quiet here and... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2016
Eagle-Eye24
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Massachusetts
Worth the Drive

Big, clean, quiet and great fishing. Plenty of space for all. Could fish for hours without seeing... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2014
Mary C
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Lake with Saddleback Mountain rising more than 4,000 feet behind it.
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31 Aug 2016
“Solitude”
2 Jul 2014
“Worth the Drive”
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Rangeley, ME
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Reviewed 31 August 2016

Saddleback is tucked away in an old fishing camp in Dallas Plantation. It is very quiet here and beautiful. Swimming is not recommended as water levels are low, and, because the Lake's deepest point is only 14 feet, its warm water is perfect for leeches...More

Thank Eagle-Eye24
Reviewed 2 July 2014

Big, clean, quiet and great fishing. Plenty of space for all. Could fish for hours without seeing anyone.

Thank Mary C
Reviewed 30 June 2014

Saddleback Lake is one of my most precious, sacred places on the face of this planet. It used to be an American plan resort but was sold as individual cabins/condos in the mid '80s that are for rent seasonally. Their slogan was "you don't have...More

Thank Robert A
Reviewed 22 September 2013

This appeared on a map to be a great spot to view the mtn. and were hoping to do some kayaking .Drove all around trying to find any access and when we finally made it to the end it was a great piece of Private...More

3  Thank Freedomdave
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