See and Do
ATV Trail Riders
Bring your "big boy" toys and get motoring, leaving your stress on the trail behind you. Excellent trails nearby, one nine miles away.
Picturesque views in the Maine Highlands paired with a great workout. What's not to love? Afterward, make your way back to the cozy library fireplace.
Book a highly recommended tour from a local licensed guide or go solo. Folks never forget their first moose experience.
Snowy trails beckon to winter enthusiasts itching to experience central Maine's unique trails. So, bring your sleds and get out there!
You and the Water
Serenity and independence. Bring your kayak and explore the many lakes and rivers nearby.
Synchronize yourself with Mother nature and be inspired.
Hike the Highlands
Whether your bushwhacking to hidden, off the beaten path waterfalls, or following the Appalachian trail, there's something for everyone.
Moosehead Lake: Maine’s largest and most majestic lake, and is the largest mountain-lake in the eastern United States. This region includes Lily Bay State Park, where moose outnumber people three to one.
Moosehead Trail: The vastly popular Moosehead trail scenic route begins in Guilford, Maine, and continues to Jackman, heading north and then west. Along the way, visit Guilford Memorial River Walk, Breakneck Ridge Farm, Spotted Cat Winery, and antique stores.
Peaks Kenny State Park: On the shores of Sebec Lake, day visitors enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, hiking and picnicking. The 839-acre park is located six miles north of Dover-Foxcroft on the South Cove of Sebec Lake.
Wildlife Viewing: Embedded in the Piscataquis heritage is a deep appreciation for furry and feathered friends. Plentiful forests provide natural habitats for the black bear, moose, deer, grouse, wild turkey, and many smaller species of game.
AIRPORT: The Bangor International Airport is served by four major airlines: Allegiant Air, American, Delta and United.