Felker Pond Forest is located in the sparsely-settled northwestern corner of Maine, a region dominated by some of Maine’s highest mountain peaks and the Rangeley Lakes to the south and Flagstaff Lake to the north. Spencer Stream, a winding, pristine, cold-water stream well known for its seasonal wild brook trout, borders the forest’s entire eastern boundary. During high water in the spring and fall months, the stream is navigable via canoe or kayak, with occasional portages
Felker Pond sits just off the property and is available to the public for non-motorized boating. Although close to the access road, there is no formal boat launch. However, anglers, duck hunters and paddling enthusiasts can easily slide a canoe or kayak into the water from the road to enjoy the pond. A well-drained upland forest, supporting a mixed-wood resource of spruce/fir and northern hardwoods, offers scenic, long-distance views of the mountains to the north.
The property offers diverse habitat conditions for wildlife cover and forage options. Currently, deer, partridge, moose, and black bear have all left evidence of their presence on the property. With gentle terrain, good internal access and an abundance of stream frontage, this property would make an excellent private hunting or fishing retreat.