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Local Area Guide: Things to do / Activities / Attractions

The Moosehead Lake Region is full of great outdoor recreation fun like FISHING, HIKING, MOOSE WATCHING, BOATING, SNOWMOBILING & MORE!

Click Here for a complete list of the area's activities...but don't forget to come back to book your cabin!

2013 List of Upcoming Events

  • February 15 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm in Greenville
    The Moosehead Riders will be hosting their annual Chili/Chowder cook-off as the opening event for sno-fest week. Come and taste some of the best Ch...
  • February 17 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm in Greenville
    Enjoy Snofest in the Moosehead Lake Region by attending the 9th Annual Chocolate Festival. A tantalizingly delicious event sponsored by the Moosehe...
  • March 2 in Greenville
    Cash Prizes totaling $1800.00. Details will be posted on mooseheadriders.org
  • May 18 - June 16 in Greenville
  • Each spring the Moosehead Lake Region hosts a month long celebration of the MOOSE. The events include the Moosterpiece Craft Fair, Moose Mainea Kid...
  • June 14 - 16 in Greenville
    Cabela's the World's Foremost Outfitter announced today plans to partner with the Moosehead Lakes Region Chamber for the 2013 Maine Moose lottery ...
  • June 15 in Greenville
    A part of the Moosehead Lake Region's yearly Moose Mainea Celebration. Area crafters host their yearly Moose Mainea Craft Fair in downtown Greenvil...
  • September 5 - 8 in Greenville
    The Fly-In occurs the weekend after Labor Day annually. The weekend consists of Float Plane Competitions, Educational Exhibits, the Moosehead Lake ...