The Moosehead Lake Region is surrounded with beautiful mountains, streams, and ponds giving a home to moose, deer, loons, eagles, and so many of God's beautiful creations. We invite you to come and enjoy it all with us at Wilson Pond Camps.
The Moosehead Lake Region also has educational activities including:
historical sightseeing: Moosehead Historical Society
open for tours June through September
marine museum: Moosehead Marine Museum
located in downtown Greenville, and home of the Katahdin Cruiseship. Call or email for more information on boat rides up the lake on the steamship "Kate."
"Leafpeeping" season is from mid-September to mid-October with brilliant colors throughout the region. There are several scenic routes in the area, to be viewed by vehicle, or hiking.
Moose Watching is a must for every visitor to the area. Even though they are more readily seen during the months of May and June, they can be found in shady, wet areas throughout the summer and fall seasons. The Moosehead Lake Region has many local "hangouts" for these majestic creatures.
Bird Watching continues to be more and more popular. The Moosehead Lake Region was the first area in the state to be researched and mapped for the Maine Birding Trail. Loons and eagles thrive in and around the numerous lakes, streams and ponds in the area.
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