Stetson is a rural, residential and recreational have on the edge of Sebasticook Valley.  Home to many lifelong residents, it offers respite and recreation for commuters working in neighboring communities and fro travelers and vacationers on the shores of Pleasant Lake.

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The community takes great pride in its local history and natural resources whether at the historic Stetson Meetinghouse, the fish population at Pleasant Lake or the varied wildlife in Goodwind Stream Marsh.  The fish population is aided by a new fishway to restore historic fisheries to the Sebasticook Valley via the Kennebec River.
The 1843 meetinghouse is listed on the National & State Registers of Historic Places and still houses town meetings.  The building is rivaled only by the town’s new combined fire station and library, constructed in 1998.
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Summer Activities/Events
Stetson Ladies Events
Quilting Club
Winery Tours at Dragonfly Farm & Winery

Winter Activities/Events
Fishing Derby on Pleasant Lake

Local Farms & Farmer’s Markets
Miles Farm Stand

Other Areas of Interest
Boat Launches: Public Boat Launch
Cabins/Camping: Stetson Shores Campground
Historic Sites: Stetson Historical society, Stetson Library & Stetson Meeting House
Trails: Nag-A-Bon Acres

Stetson Town Office
Stetson, ME 04488
(207) 296-3232