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Ice Fishing on Moosehead

Ice fishing can be fast and furious on Moosehead Lake. It was a great year for Trout. Ice houses were set up in January and will be off by the end of March. The Lodge’s quick access to the lake by snowmobile makes it easy to experiment with this unique Maine sport and still enjoy…

Almost 2 Feet of New Snow at the Lodge – 12/04/07

Monday and Tuesday provided almost 2 feet of new snow at the Lodge. This is sure to stay. The coves of the lake are frozen and winter activities are starting up. Be sure you have booked your space at the Lodge and take advantage of all the wonderful adventures available at Moosehead and exclusively through…

November Snow

The first winter snow came to the Lodge with a total of 5″ on November 16th. That’s enough to do snowshoeing and more is on the way this week. If you are a winter snow bunny, make your reservations now!

French Bulldogs visit Lodge

Madeline Rose and Eloise Violet, sister French Bulldogs visited the Lodge this November. They stayed in our Pet Friendly Allagash Suite with all the comforts of home including food bowls, treats and dog bed snuggled up by the fireplace. The girls are about the same age as our French Bulldog “Chloe” which all our guests…

Beavers at Moosehead Lake

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.…

Memorable Adventures on Lobster Lake

Memorable Adventure #1 In one very special day you can experience the vast North Woods of Maine and Moosehead Lake through an exclusive trip offered only by the Lodge. Take a ride on a chartered float plane from Greenville to the Penobscot River. From the plane you will see that Lobster Lake is shaped like…

Maine trail honors Thoreau, native guides and their treks

Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail: ThoreauWabanakiTrail.org. The Thoreau trail includes portions of the Penobscot River and Moosehead Lake, which Thoreau explored by canoe; along with Mount Katahdin, the state’s highest peak and the terminus of the Appalachian Trail. The first kiosk on the trail and two granite sculptures are in Greenville, where Thoreau began his Moosehead Lake trip.

We Are Open & Excited To Welcome You!

New owners, Bev & Larry cannot wait to meet you. Our recently renovated rooms are ready for your next vacation. We’re pleased to announce that we will have a local favorite and awarded chef in the kitchen. Our commitment to safe lodging continues through 2021. Join us for the getaway you wanted all last year!

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