Where there are no traffic lights, you have time to visit the post office, grocery or hardware store: where everyone enjoys the community events and there is time to sit and chat - where you feel relaxed, safe and secure.
Like many small towns, Kingfield is many things to many people, but it is always family. The best way to inquire about Kingfield is to stop in and stay awhile, but be warned - before you know it, you too may become one of the local townspeople! Incorporated in 1816 and named after William King, Maine’s first governor, Kingfield is a destination town with 997 residents and countless friends.
The historic Village Main Street is lined with thriving businesses including restaurants, lodging, shops, convenience stores and more!
There are many events and celebrations held in Kingfield throughout the year including Kingfield's Friday Artwalks, Kingfield Pops and Kingfield Days. You can visit the Stanley Museum to see Stanley Steamers or the Ski Museum of Maine to learn about the history of skiing in Maine.
As the southern terminus to the Maine High Peaks Scenic Byway, and the gateway to Maine's High Peaks region, Kingfield is truly an outdoor town. Nearby are places for fishing, hunting, skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ATV riding, mountain biking and hiking.
Kingfield is where you will discover there is something for everyone. Stop in and say hello – you’ll be glad you did!