Weston, MEWelcome to Weston!

Weston was “named for the man who surveyed the town in 1835. The land was originally granted to Hampden Academy in Maine in 1803.” (McCauley p.164 –  The Names of Maine)

The town of Weston was incorporated in 1835, but much before Weston became a town, the land was significant for its water transportation. Native Americans and early settlers alike were able to travel along the waterways, which led them to Weston’s lakes. People were able to travel all the way from Bangor to Weston, where they could then travel to Houlton and even farther North. Twenty-five percent of Weston is water!


  • East Grand Lake Weston, ME 04424
    • On the border of Maine and Canada, this lake is great for fishing, swimming, and boating and has many options for cabins and camps to stay at.
  • Million Dollar View Scenic Outlook 3U.S. Route 1, Danforth, ME 04424
    • About 25 minutes from Weston, there is a beautiful scenic view overlooking East Grand, Brackett, and Deering Lakes!
  • Peekaboo Mountain Look-Out Tower Tower Drive, Weston, ME 04424
    • Enjoy the beautiful views overlooking Brackett, Longfellow, and Grand Lake.
  • Living Waters Bible Camp 47 Dark Cove Rd, Weston, ME 04424 | 207-448-2310
    • Living Waters puts on numerous summer camps and retreats for children, teens, men, women, and families! Be sure to also check out their wilderness adventures program!

 Dining & Lodging

Aroostook Otters

  • First Settlers Lodge 341 US-1, Weston, ME 04424| (207) 448-3000
    • “First Settlers Lodge offers a relaxed atmosphere and a variety of overnight accommodations, all with private baths and views of the surrounding Grand Lake areas.”
    • Even if you are not staying here, reservations can be made for dining!
  • Rideout’s Lakeside Lodge 6 Waterfront Dr, Weston, ME 04424 | (207) 448-2440
    • Offering cabin rentals on East Grand Lake (perfect for fishermen)! Also, serving dinner to guests not staying at the lodge by reservation during the summer! Seasonal, please call before visiting.

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