Carrabassett Valley is home to 4,000-foot Sugarloaf Mountain Resort, which is Maine's largest ski area. The resort offers amazing skiing and snowboarding, from numerous double black diamond trails to plenty of easy greens. There are also 90 kilometers of groomed Nordic ski trails. In warmer weather, tee time at Sugarloaf’s renowned golf course is on the bucket list of golfers of all levels, and the network of mountain bike trails round out the outdoor adventure opportunities.
The best thing about Kingfield and Carrabassett Valley, Maine is the countless activities to choose from. You can go biking, walking, running, or cross-country skiing on the Narrow Gauge Pathway that follows the Carrabassett River for six miles on a former rail bed. In the spring and summer, you can go fly fishing on the Carrabassett River.
- Population: 777
- Median Income: $69,688
- Population Density: 10
- Median Age: 50 years
Housing Stats 2020
- # of Sold Properties: 56
- Median Sold Price: $300,000
- Median Days on Market: 8
- Price Change over 2019: -3.23%
MSAD #58 is a small, rural school district in the Western Mountains of Maine and includes the towns of Phillips, Avon, Kingfield, and Strong. We have three K-8 elementary schools and one high school serving students in grades 9-12. Our current enrollment is approximately 665 students with approx. 183 of the students residing outside of the district. The non-resident students are from the Unorganized Territories of Madrid, Salem, and Freeman Townships; and the tuitioning towns of Eustis and Carrabassett Valley.