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Located in northeastern Hancock County, Nicatous Lake is the centerpiece of a 20,268-acre conservation project that contains 34 miles of shoreline, seven remote ponds, and a large block of contiguous forest. It offers hiking, boating, camping, hunting, and fishing opportunities in a wild and remote setting. Most of the property is maintained as working forest by Robbins Lumber in Searsmont. The Land for Maine’s Future Board supported the conservation of Nicatous Lake in 2000.