St Albans

St. Albans is nestled in a valley with a lake and mountains as a photogenic backdrop.  The St. Albans Union Church marks the village center.  The town is both a lakeside and farming community.  Located between the mountains and Big Indian and Great Moose Lake, St. Albans is available to Big Indian Lake via the Town Landing Road off Route 23.  A small park has been established at the lake’s outlet, close to the general store and town hall.
The town’s business is conducted from an historic town hall, meticulously restored in recent years to an earlier splendor.  Regular community suppers are often held at the historic Grange Hall on the same street.  Townspeople celebrate their surroundings annually with Summerfest, ‘from the mountains to the lakes’, featuring a parade, community meals, a play and games & activities for all ages!

Grange

Summer Activities/Events
Concert Series at the Town Hall
SummerFest 2nd weekend in July featuring canoe/kayak races, chicken BBQ, music, horseshoe tournament, pie eating contest & parade.

Winter Activities/Events
Concert Series at the Town Hall
Ice Fishing
Sno-Devils Snowmobile Club & Clubhouse

Local Farms & Farmer’s Markets
Avalon Orchard

Ballard Farm

Cooley Farm

Dalou Farm

Firefly Farm

Stony Knoll Farm

Sweet Dreams Lavender Farm

Other Areas of Interest
Boat Launches: Big Indian Lake
Parks: Community Playground, Basketball Court & Softball Field

 

St. Albans Town Office
7 Water Street
St. Albans, ME 04971
(207) 938-4568
manager@townofstalbans.net
townofstalbans.net