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Fly-in Weekend at The Lodge at Moosehead Lake

It can best be described as a reunion of pilots and spectators from all over the World who converge on Moosehead Lake each September the weekend after Labor Day; Anyone who has any interest in planes will enjoy their time here . . . whether participating in or watching any of the float plane contests…

If we aren’t athletic should we really come to Moosehead?

By all means YES!!!!! You can spend the days lounging on our decks or patios and being waited on hand & foot! Lily Bay State Park offers a pebble beach, b-b-q grills, and easy walking trails. The Katahdin an old boom steamer offers 3 hour lake excursions. You may even want to take an aerial…

Will we really see Moose on our visit to The Lodge at Moosehead Lake?

99.9% of the time YES…PROVIDED…you adjust to the schedule of a Moose!!! The best times to see them revolve around their feeding times early in the morning (dawn) and later in the afternoon towards evening. The Moose population in Maine is estimated at approximately 30,000. Make sure you bring your camera!

How big is Moosehead Lake?

Moosehead Lake is the largest body of water east of the Mississippi within the confines of one state, measuring approximately 40 miles long and 22 miles wide. This can, of course, vary depending on who you talk to!! The lake actually freezes 3-4′ thick during the winter!