Lambert Lake, tucked amidst mountains near the New Brunswick border, is an attractive and largely undeveloped Great Pond. The steep wooded shores along this 605-acre water body are broken only by a few rustic camps, mostly concentrated at the southern end.
Boaters and fishermen have traditionally enjoyed this scenic setting, rich in brook trout and landlocked salmon, but until a few years ago there was no guaranteed public access. To help ensure continued recreational use, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife acquired a 6-acre shorefront lot that accommodates a small launching ramp and an 8-vehicle parking lot.
The Department received support for its purchase from the LMF program and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Sport Fish Restoration Program.
Bird & other wildlife watching, fishing, trailer boat access, canoeing, and kayaking
Downeast Maine – Hancock & Washington
Directions from nearest town
DeLorme Maine Atlas and Gazetteer Map 46, C-2. From Vanceboro, go west on Route 6 approximately 6 miles. Turn right onto a gravel road and travel north roughly 1.5 miles. Take another right and travel east over the narrow haul road to the shore of Lambert Lake.