Kingfield, Maine

River & Trail in Kingfield MaineWelcome to the charming town of Kingfield, nestled in the heart of Franklin County, Maine. This picturesque community offers a unique blend of history, natural beauty, and small town charm that makes it a perfect place for both residents and visitors alike.


Kingfield was incorporated on January 24, 1816, and has a rich history that adds to its charm. The town was named after William King, who was the governor of Maine at the time of its incorporation. This historical influence can be seen in its well-preserved architecture and the Kingfield Historical Society, which is dedicated to preserving and sharing the town's history.

Natural Beauty

Kingfield is surrounded by Maine's stunning natural beauty. The Carrabassett River, a popular spot for fishing and kayaking, runs right through the town. Nearby, you'll find the breathtaking Bigelow Preserve, offering hiking, camping, and stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Community and Culture

The people of Kingfield take pride in their close knit community. The town hosts several annual events, including the Kingfield POPS concert and the Kingfield Festival Days, which bring together locals and visitors for music, food, and fun.

Kingfield is also home to the Ski Museum of Maine and the Herbert Grand Hotel, a historic hotel that has been serving guests since 19184.

Kingfield Real Estate

Whether you're looking for a cozy cabin near the river, a spacious family home, or a plot of land to build your dream home, we're confident we can help you find your perfect match in Kingfield. If you have any questions or if you're ready to start your home search, don't hesitate to reach out to us at Allied Realty.