Lovell is a town in Oxford County, incorporated on November 15, 1800 from New Suncook Plantation. In 1813 it set off land to Sweden.
Kezar Lake, along with its Middle Bay and Lower Bay, dominates the middle of the town and supports the extensive summer recreation industry. One of the lakeside lodges was owned by stage and screen star Rudy Vallee.
Center Lovell, in the shadow of Sabattus Mountain, is the primary village, located on the shore of Middle Bay and Maine Route 5.
Sucker Brook Preserve protects a half-mile stretch of the brook, including Moose Pond where moose are frequently spotted. A diverse preserve, changing from pond to swamp to upland forest, it is home to a variety of plant and animal life including a colony of beavers, cardinal flowers and watercress, water lilies, speckled alder, sweet gale and button bush. Managed by The Nature Conservancy, it is located off Horseshoe Pond Road, near Kezar Pond.