Resources for Maine's Moose Country | When You Go
Yankee Plus Dec 2015
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Moosehead Lake Region Chamber of Commerce
Moose facts, spotting tips, and a list of local outfitters who take you up close and personal. Moose Mainea, from mid-May to mid-June: Monthlong celebration of all things North Woodsy and moosey. Call or visit Web site for schedules.
158 Moosehead Lake Road (Route 6/15), Greenville.
888-876-2778, 207-695-2702; mooseheadlake.org
The Birches Resort
Two-hour pontoon boat trips.
Off Route 6/15 (call or visit Web site for directions), Rockwood.
Currier’s Flying Service
Aerial moose-watching tours.
447 Pritham Ave., Greenville Junction.
Maine Professional Guides Association
Complete list of Registered Maine Guides. maineguides.org
Canoe, kayak, and overland vehicle tours.
5 Lily Bay Road, Greenville.
866-223-1380, 207-695-3288; maineoutfitter.com
Northern Pride Lodge
Three-hour canoe tours, early morning and early evening.
Call or visit Web site for rates.
3405 Lily Bay Road, Kokadjo.
Where to Stay
Rates: from $155, including breakfast. Dinner entrees: from $24.
40 Norris St., Greenville.
888-695-6000, 207-695-2206; greenvilleinn.com
Blair Hill Inn
Rates: from $250, including breakfast. Five-course dinner: $59.
351 Lily Bay Road, Greenville.
Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.