Kezar Pond

October 9, 2015

164th Annual Fryeburg Fair in the Sebago Lakes Region of Maine: A True Classic

photo credit: Pam Bliss 164th Annual Fryeburg Fair in the Sebago Lakes Region of Maine: A True Classic by Leigh Macmillen Hayes In 1851, local farmers formed the West Oxford Agricultural Society and began a tradition of showing off their produce and animals in Hiram. By […]
September 25, 2014

Lakefront Property Owners Enjoy Family Atmosphere at Fryeburg Fair, Fryeburg, Maine

Crisp Autumn Days Greet Fair Goers and Lake Lovers in Fryeburg, Maine by Leigh Macmillen Hayes Tradition. Education. Fun. It’s all part of the Fryeburg Fair. And lakefront property owners in the Sebago Lakes Region of Maine know that this Blue Ribbon Classic only happens eight […]
September 29, 2013

Lakefront Property Owners Enjoy Hikes In and Around Fryeburg, Maine

Mountain Views from Kezar Pond, Fryeburg, Maine Fryeburg, Maine, is a perfect destination for lakefront property owners to find hikes of varying difficulty and scenic views. Walk along Main Street and the surrounding roads and enjoy the historic buildings and homes, as well as Fryeburg Academy. […]
October 13, 2011

Time Stands Still on Kezar Pond in Fryeburg, Maine

Kezar Pond is a Hidden Gem in Fryeburg, Maine Nestled between Mount Tom, Smarts Hill and Knights Hill is Kezar Pond in Fryeburg, Maine. Time stands still when you live at your lakefront property on this hidden gem in the Sebago Lakes Region. Lakefront Properties For […]
August 29, 2010

Lovewell Pond and Saco River in Fryeburg, Maine, offer Recreation Opportunities

Lovewell Pond in Fryeburg, Maine Developed along the Saco River, Fryeburg is proud to be “The Oldest Town in Oxford County,”  Maine. Originally called Pequawket (Pigwacket), Fryeburg is packed with history, recreational opportunities and great mountain views. The battle of Pigwacket (Pequawket), known as “Lovewell’s Fight,” […]
November 30, 2009

Lovewell Pond, Fryeburg, Maine: Home to Fishing, Boating and Fighting

Lovewell Pond in Fryeburg, Maine, with Mt. Tom in the background Lakefront property owners know that history abounds on Fryeburg’s Lovewell Pond, in western Maine. Lovewell Pond was the site of a fight between Native Americans and colonists in 1725, and a difference of opinion between […]