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Snow Fall at Moosehead Lodge

Saturday, November 28th, 2009

We returned from Thanksgiving holiday to be greeted by over 5″ of snow at Moosehead Lake.  It was a torturous last five miles fish tailing up Lily Bay Road – we hadn’t put the snow tires on yet! The next few weeks will be filled with decorating projects to prepare for our holiday guests.  Be sure to make your reservations now.  We are planning a great NYE dinner and with the snow, all kinds of activities will be available.

Guests from Switzerland Visit Lodge at Moosehead Lake

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

Ruth, Alain and Leon from Switzerland spent several days at the lodge this summer.  They sent us this picture today. “From all our wonderful places we saw during our trip through your country Moosehead Lake is one of our favourite thanks to your hospitality”. emailed Ruth.  We were so happy to have them and hope they will try our winter fun next time.

New Fire pit Completed at Lodge at Moosehead Lake

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

Directly out the lodge pub, overlooking the lodge view of Moosehead Lake and surrounding mountains, a new fire pit was completed.  Now guests can enjoy the ambiance of a fire while gazing at our magnificent view.  See for yourself, visit the Lodge soon.

Eagle spotted on Eco Tour from the Lodge at Moosehead Lake

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Young eagles had just flown away leaving this parent to watch below. Eagles are often spotted at Moosehead Lake – a wondorous site for sure.

Fall Foliage from the view at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

The Moosehead area is in peak foliage and the Lodge is full.  It’s a great time to be here enjoying the amazing views from our dining room, pub, patios and 8 of the 9 rooms.

New stone and slate patio from the suites at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

The garden patios from the Carriage House suites have been updated and remodeled with slate embedded in small stones. The picture is the Katahdin Suite garden.  Each garden has areas to add annual flowers in the spring for color and easy access to a pathway leading to the yard overlooking Moosehead Lake and surrounding mountains.

Moose Weathervane on Carriage House at Lodge at Moosehead Lake

Friday, August 7th, 2009
Found in the basement of the carriage house was the copper moose without his antlers.  Dennis welded the antlers, polished him up and fixed the base.  Now it is back where it belongs, looking out over Moosehead Lake and directing you to the sunset and wonders of the north woods.

Doe and twin fawns at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

A doe and her twin fawns make themselves at home this morning grazing on the lodge lawn…no wonder we’re loosing flowers!

Lodge at Moosehead Lake Travel Review

Monday, July 13th, 2009

Two travel writers from “Alright, I’m Wrong” spent a day and evening at the Lodge this week. They were from the southern Maine, Portsmouth, NH area. Here is their review of the Lodge at Moosehead Lake. We couldn’t of asked for more, except maybe let us know they were going to take “our” picture, too.  Enjoy the article.

Moosehead Lake From Seaplane Ride

Friday, July 10th, 2009

Moosehead Lake from a visitors seaplane ride looks like the head of a Moose. Can you see it?  This picture was taken last week as a guest took a ride with Jack’s Air Service, right here in Greenville, Maine.  The lake is 20 miles by 40 miles and is the largest instate lake east of the Mississippi River.  Taking a seaplane ride is one of two very popular activities for vacationers.  The other activity is of course a Moose Safari.  Moose can also be spotted from the air, with a keen eye.