Moosehead Lake Region in Fall
Moosehead Lake Region in Winter
Moosehead Lake Region in Spring
Moosehead Lake Region in Summer
Anchored by Maine’s largest lake, the Moosehead Region is a magical place, a world of stunning natural beauty. Home to moose, loons, bald eagles, trout and salmon, this landscape of myriad lakes, rivers, ponds and mountains offers never-ending possibilities for outdoor adventure. Hiking, boating, fishing, ATV riding, camping, paddling, rafting and more may be available just steps from your hotel, inn, B&B, or campsite. And the fun extends year-round, with winter activities ranging from snowmobiling and ice fishing to skiing and dogsledding!
Comprising the towns of Greenville, Monson, Rockwood, Kokadjo, Shirley, and Abbott, you’ll find accommodations ranging from refined to rustic, restaurants that meet every taste, and local shops and galleries offering unique gift and home items.
Discover history at local museums or take a lake cruise aboard a restored wooden steamship. Climb one of the many family-friendly mountains, or swim in crystalline waters. Camp on a remote island or ride wild rapids on a rafting trip. Fish for wild salmon and trout in the surrounding rivers and ponds, or snowmobile through the wintry woods. Whatever outdoor adventure you seek, you’ll find it in the Moosehead Region!
You don’t have to travel to the Alps to enjoy an exciting hut-to-hut Nordic skiing and snowshoeing adventure. It’s available close by in Maine’s breathtaking backcountry!
Access to this beautiful central Maine pond is quick, easy, and well worth the effort.
Tackle this ideal day hike culminating with a stunning view of Moosehead Lake.
Looking for an amazing crosscountry or snowshoe adventure? Book a stay at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Little Lyford Eco Lodge & Cabins, east of Maine’s Moosehead Lake.
Join ENE host Tom Richardson on an autumn climb up Mount Kineo on Maine’s Moosehead Lake.
No matter what flavor of outdoor adventure you seek, Maine’s largest lake has it covered!