Bridgton is a town in Cumberland County, incorporated on February 7, 1794 from Bridgton (Bridgetown) Plantation which had existed since 1779.
During the nineteenth century, it ceded land to Harrison (1805, 1866, 1877) and Naples (1834, 1856); and annexed land from Denmark and Fryeburg (1842, 1847).
Bridgton has substantial frontage on Long Lake, north of Sebago Lake. The village faces Highland (or Duck) Lake, inviting summer boating and camping.
The town is typical of the growing communities of southern Maine that are attractive for their rural atmosphere, recreational opportunities, and proximity to the City of Portland.
From Maine: An Encyclopedia (www.themaineencyclopedia.com)
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