Wadleigh Pond is located in Lyman, Maine (and the Village of Goodwin Mills). It is an excellent place for fishing, boating, and hiking. There are also four wheeling and snowmobiling trails. The wildlife is wonderfully diverse. In addition to geese and ducks, including some quite rare species, there are Great Blue Heron, Osprey, Kingfishers, as well as Loons and Bald Eagles, an occasional Peregrine Falcon, and way too many songbirds to enumerate - some of them endangered. We also have otter, beaver, moose, and of course, deer.
The Wadleigh Pond Association is incredibly active and enthusiastic volunteer membership of a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Wadleigh Pond. We hope this website will help you to understand the importance of the Association and the historical and scenic watershed it represents. Learn about the history and the dedicated members of the Wadleigh Pond Association. If you live or vacation on the Wadleigh Pond, be sure to contact us to become a member today!