Lake George Regional Park West - Canaan Maine

The Haunted Lake George Regional Park West

The History

Lake George Regional Park (LGRP) is a day-use lakeside park established in 1992, owned by the State of Maine, leased through inter-local agreement by the towns of Skowhegan and Canaan, and managed for public use by Lake George Corporation (LGC). As the only waterfront park within a 30-mile radius, the park’s volunteer board of directors is continually improving the year-round educational programs, trails, amenities and events. Each year a combination of roughly 20,000 community members and visitors use the lake and its surrounding 320 acres of land for swimming, fishing, picnicking, boating, hiking, skiing, playing fields, and group use facilities.

The Hauntings

The cabins of the camp near the lake have some serious haunting issues. Paranormal atmosphere and strange poltergeist activity has been reported in these parts for many a year. Many have seen certain objects that were arranged in a specific arrangement to have changed their formation completely when one turns around. 

When a group of children came across one old cabin in the woods, each one looked through the windows and saw something different. In one instant there appeared to be a game room inside, with folded chairs around the room. In the next, a table was set up and all the chairs were seated around that table.

Lake George Regional Park
10 Main Street
Canaan, Maine 04924

(207) 474-1292


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