A small town with access to two lakes, Kezar Lake and Lake Keywaydin, Stoneham borders the White Mountain National Forest and offers unique mountain settings with views of the lakes below. A plethora of back roads and trails make this a snowmobiler's heaven. Hikers enjoy the many mountain trails in Stoneham's vast wilderness. Many of the mountains and foothills command high prices for homes with uniquely beautiful mountain views.
Stoneham is a town in Oxford County with an excellent mountain climbing region. It is located near the New Hampshire border in the White Mountain National Forest. Stoneham's Virginia Lake is the largest undeveloped lake in the White Mountain region, popular with fishermen, boaters, and cross-country skiers, connected to extensive regional trail network.
Though it is named for the Massachusetts town, the stony landscape also reflects its title. The closest Maine route is number 5 where, at North Lovell, one may venture into Stoneham’s secondary roads.