With Fallow deer antlers, a copper plate and birch lampshade, we created this sconce that now lights the hall outside the Moose Room.
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Viewing Moose is the primary reason tourists come to the Moosehead area. We often think that Moose viewing is good in the spring through fall, but look moose in winter, too. Whether you are snowmobiling, snowshoeing or skiing across the beautiful North woods – look out for moose. You may just have a pleasant surprise. (Click on Viewing Moose to see a video from Greenville, ME)
Yesterday, almost 10″ of snow came to the Lodge at Moosehead Lake. Here is our view this morning from the Lodge. Are you thinking about your winter getaway? Look for the new winter suppers the Lodge will be offering. Have a wonderful day relaxing in the great outdoors and then enjoy a cozy winter evening in Chloe’s Pub with suppers featuring Up North Cuisine.
Young eagles had just flown away leaving this parent to watch below. Eagles are often spotted at Moosehead Lake – a wondorous site for sure.
Guests came back from a drive very excited. They were driving down the road when they saw a tree drop in the ditch along side of them. They pulled over to see 3 beavers hard at work building a dam. They had seen many beaver dams but never one they could actually watch being built. “How cool is that?”