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Please refer to the links below for more information, including equipment rentals and where to go to do these activities.

All-Terrain Vehicle Riding The Moosehead ATV Riders is a local club that offers a well marked trail system up the west side of Moosehead Lake. The system consists of 89 miles of trails. More...(click here)
Biking The Moosehead area has a wide variety of interesting and fun terrain for both novice and experienced bikers. There are simple, easy going trails for the whole family as well as more challenging trails for the serious rider. More...(click here)
Bird & Wildlife Watching The Moosehead Region hosts a great variety of wildlife habitats over a relatively small area. The region is ideal for birding and viewing other wildlife. More...(click here)
Boating For those who enjoy boating on fresh water, Moosehead Lake and the surrounding lakes and ponds offer the most spectacular location in all of New England. More...(click here)
Buffalo and Maple Syrup Farm Tours Summer tours of Breakneck Ridge Farm will treat you to a herd of buffalo and a yummy lesson on making maple syrup. If you do not want a tour, you might be able to catch the buffalo down by the road or stop into the gift shop. More...(click here)
Camping, Remote Camping opportunities are practically limitless in the Moosehead area More...(click here)
Car & Ice Racing The West Cove Ice Racing association provides winter spectator entertainment. In the summer, Bullwinkle's Raceway offers great fun with a gravel raceway. More...(click here)
Canoeing, Kayaking, & Rowing The Moosehead Lake Region has more fresh water to wander in than any other location throughout the state of Maine. Lakes, rivers, and ponds are scattered throughout the region, offering many places to paddle. More...(click here)
Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing More and more people are discovering the joys of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. There are more then 100 miles of groomed ski trails just for you, along with miles and miles of ungroomed possibilities for snowshoers. More...(click here)
Dogsledding A dog sledding adventure in the Moosehead Lake region is an unforgettable experience. Enjoy the great North Woods of Maine while mushing a dogsled team on your own, or simply relax and enjoy the ride. More...(click here)
Fishing: Lake, Pond, & River Fishing in the Moosehead Region offers something for everyone! A glance at any map reveals a number of bodies of water ranging in size from Moosehead Lake to ponds of only a few acres. More...(click here)
Golf The Squaw Mountain Village Golf Course has 9 challenging holes and beautiful views. There is a driving range at Leisure Life Resort. Fees are quite reasonable, and club rentals are available. More...(click here)
Hiking This region is blessed with some of the most spectacular hikes in the Northeast. A wide range of terrain will please both the casual stroller and the serious backpacker. More...(click here)
Horseback Riding Miles of riding trails await you, where you will pass breathtaking mountain views and pastures overflowing with wildflowers. More...(click here)
Hunting The Moosehead Lake region offers many exciting opportunities for hunters of all ages. Our region teems with wildlife and affords hunters a vast amount of terrain in which to spend a few hours, a day, or a week. More...(click here)
Ice Fishing Ice fishing is one of our traditional winter pastimes here in northern Maine, and our frozen waterways create access to new areas and shorelines accessible for fishing and exploring.More...(click here)
Moose Watching Many people come to Moosehead in search of our most famous resident---the moose. Here are some facts and tips that will help you to get a glimpse of these magnificent creatures. More...(click here)
Recreation Facilities The Town of Greenville maintains facilities for ice skating, skateboarding, tennis, basketball, and volleyball. More...(click here)
Scenic Floatplane Tours A scenic tour in a floatplane is a great way to appreciate the vastness of the Moosehead Lake region. More...(click here)
Scenic Drives As summer turns to fall, the transition in the Moosehead Lake area is extraordinary. There are several scenic loops for those traveling by automobile. More...(click here)
Snowmobiling With hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails, the Moosehead Lake Area is a sledder's paradise. Five local clubs, town employees and many volunteers keep these trails in great condition. More...(click here)
Steamship Cruises The Moosehead Marine Museum in downtown Greenville features a steamship called the Katahdin, which delights visitors with steamship tours of Moosehead Lake. More...(click here)
Swimming The crystal clear waters of Moosehead Lake offer enjoyable swimming opportunities. There are three public beaches that are easily accessed from downtown Greenville. More...(click here)
Whitewater Rafting Each year thousands of paddlers challenge the whitewater of the Kennebec, Penobscot and Dead Rivers. With the Moosehead Lake Region situated between these premier whitewater rivers, the area is a perfect spot for the river enthusiast to stay. More...(click here)
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