Things To Do

Annual Fishing Derby – at the Sportsmen’s Club – May

Memorial Day Parade – starts at 9 a.m. at the Central Fire Station

Annual Community Family Day – Litchfield Fairgrounds last Sunday – June

Blistered Fingers Family Bluegrass Festival – Litchfield Fairgrounds – June and August

Show and Shine – Litchfield Firefighters Association annual car show – August

Litchfield Fair – Friday, Saturday & Sunday after Labor Day
Country Fair with large midway, agricultural exhibits, livestock, animal pulling events, historical fair museum, horse shows, Old MacDonald Farm.

Live Music & Dances
“COUNTRY SUNDAY” Down East Country Music Association at the Sportsmen’s Club

Old Town House Museum Built in 1840, this treasure has been transformed by the Litchfield Historical Society into an interesting walk-through museum which captures Litchfield’s heritage in agriculture, school, store, and family.

Shorey Family History Museum

Odamogon Living History Museum and Odamogon Living History Museum Facebook  A non-profit group dedicated to educating students and the public about the Abenaki way of life along the Cobbosseecontee.

Card Party, Fridays at 7 PM at Litchfield Academy

TOPS– every Wednesday Carrie Ricker Middle School 6:30 PM

Active Groups and Committees — American Legion, Sportsmen’s Club, Masons, Eastern Star, American Legion Auxiliary, Snowmobile Club, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H, Beagle Club, Litchfield Trail Riders Horse Club, Farmers Club, Historical Society, Conservation Commission, Historical Preservation Commission, Recreation Committee, Volunteer Fire Dept and Auxiliary, First Responders, Woodbury Pond and New Mills Dam Committees, Seniors Advisory and Senior Housing Subcommittee, Housing Rehabilitation Planning Committee, Housing Committee Assistance for Residents.

Recreation We have youth teams for ages 4 through grade 6 in soccer, basketball, baseball.  There are Tennis courts and basketball courts located at Veterans Memorial Park, across from the transfer station.  If weather cooperates we have an ice rink in the winter.  We participate with Sabattus Rec for football, field hockey, wrestling, tennis, lacrosse and cheering.  (

Senior Center — 215-4595 Litchfield Academy, Litchfield Academy, Academy Road, Open Monday 9-4, Weds and Fri. 9-4 Exercise programs, line dancing, crafts, cribbage, scrabble, cards, computer classes, Road Runner trips, fun.

Woodbury Pond Park — 320 Whippoorwill Road, open Memorial Day through Labor Day, 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM, admission.  Swimming, picnicking, volleyball, horseshoes, children’s playground.

Lakes & Ponds-fishing, boating, swimming, tubing, water skiing, kayaking, skating, snowmobiling, loon watching
Pleasant Pond 746 acres- 5 miles long, maximum depth 31 feet, mean depth 6.5 feet
Buker Pond 76.6 acres 28 foot depth
Jimmy Pond 46 acres  max. 32 foot depth, mean depth 14
Little Purgatory Pond 44 acres max. depth 20 feet, mean 11 ft
Sand Pond 261.9 acres, max. depth 82 ft, mean depth 31
Woodbury Pond 435 acres, max depth 62 feet, mean 21
Cobbossee Lake Partially in Litchfield 5238 acres
Cobbossee Stream
Public Boat Launches- Thorofare Road & Whippoorwill Road

Smithfield Plantation Recreational Trail — hiking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing. 105 acre parcel located off Libby Road. Main trail 1.15 miles

Other Hiking Trails — Litchfield Conservation Commission Trails Page

Snowmobile Trails — Litchfield Snowmobile Club

Golf courses
The Meadows490 Huntington Hill Rd 268-3000
Cobbossee Colony85 Cobbossee Rd 268-4182

Grace and Truth Bible Church
Litchfield Plains Baptist Church
Litchfield Community Christian Church

Libby-Tozier School 466 Academy Road 268-4137- PreK-2
Carrie Ricker School  573 Richmond Road 268-4136 – Grades 3-5
Oak Hill Middle School – 40 Ball Park Road, Sabattus 375-6961
Oak Hill High School – 56 School Rd, Wales 375-4950, 377-2201
Regional School Unit #4 –  971 Gardiner Rd, Wales 1-800-559-2627