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The Moosehead Lake area is home to one of the largest lakes in Maine, and one of the most scenic areas in the state as well. If you are looking for an outdoor adventure with a psoitive impact on your life, this is a great place to start. Outdoor recreation includes hunting, fishing, boating, snowmobiling and much more. With a lake so large, water sports are one of the best kept secrets of the area.

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  Balloons & Things Maine - Located in Belgrade Lakes, Maine 
Whether planning an event or sending a special " Thank You", Balloons & Things can deliver. From balloon sculptures to centerpieces, gift cards and mugs...we have something for every occasion! Our professional staff will work with you to create that perfect gift or "feel" for your special event. No job is too big or too small so give us a call!...or

  Cabins on Moosehead Lake - Moosehead Hills Cabins - Located in Greenville, Maine 
You have a choice of two beautiful lakes when you visit us at Moosehead Hills Cabins. Our log cabins at our home base are nestled on 50 acres of woods and nature trails with waterfront on Moosehead Lake. We also have a new log cabin with its own private dock and waterfront on idyllic Wilson Pond, a 7-mile long lake in Greenville. Each of our log cabins has either two or three bedrooms, a kitchen, a fireplace, and a full bath or whirlpool tub. Enjoy our beautiful sunsets, and the views of the lake and mountains from the deck of your log cabin.

  Camps on Wilson Pond - Wilson Pond Camps - Located in Greenville, Maine 
Wilson Pond Camps offers premier, waterfront, Maine vacation cabin rentals, nestled in the shadows of mountains and the quiet waters of Lower and Upper Wilson Pond, conveniently located only 3 ˝ miles from downtown Greenville.The crystal clear waters of the 7-mile long Pond makes it a“GEM” for fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Boat and motor, canoe and kayak rentals available. Moose can be seen bathing in the Ponds, eagles making their appearance in the skies above, and loons serenading with their peaceful calls echoing across the Pond. Salmon, Lake Trout (Togue), and Brook Trout abound in the Pond. Open year-round, our modern, housekeeping cottages have electricity, hot and cold drinkable well water, and fully equipped kitchens. Four-season guide service is available on site offering guides for moose safaris, kayaking, fishing and hunting. Our remote log cabin on Upper Wilson Pond offers total privacy and “Lasting Mental Relaxation!” 90% Repeat Guests! Come See Why!

  Knott II Bragg Farm - Located in Wade, Maine 
Welcome to historic Knot II Bragg Farm, located in the small town of Wade, Maine, where past and present merge into one unforgettable experience. Relish in its natural beauty, its unique history, and its day-to-day operation. At Knot II Bragg Farm, visitors find the rare opportunity to observe a family farm where barter, trade, and simple old-fashioned skills are a part of modern daily life.

  Maine Farmers Exchange - Located in Presque Isle, ME 
Serving Maines Finest Growers and Shippers

  Maine Lakeside Cabins - Located in Waterville, Maine 
Maine Lakeside Cabins offers 6 private individual cabins that sleep up to 12 people with full amenities. We offer a unique location for private functions such as weddings and retreats in our beautiful lodge. We offer several activities through our adventure partners including rafting, hiking, and team building.

  Maine Realty Network - Located in Presque Isle, Maine 
Welcome to Maine's largest independent listing of real estate on the web. If you have a property for sale, we should be talking. If you are an agent or agency with multiple listings, we need to talk. With the amount of traffic our site generates, and the low cost of our listings, you can rest assured that we can and will sell your property for you. There are currently 1,088 property listings in our database.

  Maine Wilderness Guides Association - Located in Greenville, Maine 

Our intention is to become a respected membership organization with a strong advocacy voice for the needs of wilderness guides and the preservation and restoration for remote places required for their profession.  Through cooperation with landowners and land managers, both public and private, MWGO is striving to establish a reputation of inclusiveness and integrity.  Many of our individual programs are already nationally, and internationally, recognized as models for high standards of education, instruction and quality wilderness experiences. 

  Moosetracks Cottages - Located in Greenville, Maine 

If you are looking for a relaxing, unstructured vacation where the people are honest and friendly, the accommodations are comfortable, and it doesn't cost a small fortune to stay, this is one of the few. Hope to see you here, Pat and Dave Vaughn.

  Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness Camps - Located in Millinocket, Maine 
Since 1872, Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness Camps has been a premier destination for hiking, canoeing, kayaking, wildlife and birdwatching, and some of the best trout and salmon fishing in Maine. Our historic 19th century dining lodge and newly restored, private guest cabins are right on the shores of sparkling, spring-fed “Nahmakanta”, often called Maine's most beautiful lake ! We are situated in the heart of Maine's fabled "North Woods" between two trout streams in an idyllic setting of tall shade tress, green lawns and wildflowers. Our unique location and exclusive access make this one of New England's finest wilderness vacations ! Moose and nesting loons are often seen right in front of camp. The "100 Mile Wilderness" section of the famed "Appalachian Trail" is just 1/2 mile away.

  Northeast Whitewater Lodge & Guide Service - Located in Greenville, Maine 
Where can you find whitewater rapids that will leave you breathless with excitement running through breathtakingly beautiful scenery? The best whitewater rafting in New England is in northern Maine, and the best way to experience Maine whitewater rafting is with Northeast Whitewater. Design your small, personalized whitewater rafting adventure with the registered whitewater rafting guides of Northeast Whitewater on Maine’s Kennebec River and Penobscot River.

  Primrose Inn - Located in Bar Harbor, Maine 
Our romantic Bed and Breakfast is ideally located just a few blocks from the center of downtown Bar Harbor and one mile from magnificent Acadia National Park. When staying with us, you will be just a leisurely stroll away from all of the wonderful restaurants, shops, galleries, museums and activities that make Bar Harbor a world-class destination. Additionally our historic B&B is just a few minutes from the entrance to the park (by car or the free Island Explorer bus) and its miles of renowned carriage roads for enjoying hiking, biking, running, leisurely walks and even horseback riding.

  Primrose Place Bar Harbor - Located in Bar Harbor, Maine 
Primrose Place offers comfortable rooms in the heart of the Bar Harbor historic district at an affordable price. The rooms at Primrose Place are all non-smoking and air-conditioned. Rooms are ground level with drive up parking. Choose accommodations at Primrose Place with one queen or one king bed.

  Ricker Hill Orchards - Located in Turner, ME 
We at Ricker Hill Orchards welcome you to our family farms website. Ricker Hill Orchards has been growing Maine apples for over eight generations in the small town of Turner, Maine. Turner is a small town in the foothills of Maine about an hour's drive from the coast. We feature many activities at our farm including pick your own apples, a corn maze, disc golf, and more... 

  Sun Auto Salvage - Located in Norridgewock, Maine 
Sun Auto is a late-model recycling yard, specializing in vehicles, which are no more than 10 years old. If they don't have the part you are looking for on site, their satellite links (Hot Lines - Eden - Orion & Car-Parts.com) make it easy to find who has it and how long it will take to get it for you.

  WEBXCentrics Design Group - Located in Presque Isle, Maine 
Northern Maines largest web site design, hosting and maintenance company. If you have a site design that is just not what you want to portray your company on the web, or if you would like to have us design and implement a site for you, send us an e-mail and we will give you a free quote.

  Worcester's Wild Blueberry Products - Located in Orneville, Maine 
Our farm is located on Route 11 (Lyford Road) between Milo and Bradford. The farm has 147 acres of which about 20 acres are in blueberries. We also own additional blueberry and forest land in Orneville at a second location and lease additional blueberry fields in Barnard and Sebec.


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Androscoggin Region - Androscoggin County, incorporated in 1854, is a county in southern Maine that hosts two of Maine’s largest cities, Lewiston and Auburn, also known as the “Twin Cities.” The county is centrally located and is approximately one-half hour from both Portland, Maine’s largest city, and Augusta, Maine’s capital. The Maine Turnpike cuts directly through Androscoggin County, offering easy access to its major cities. Androscoggin County is home to the Maine State Parade, the Moxie Festival and the beautiful Great Falls Balloon Festival, a hot-air balloon spectacle that takes place each year in Lewiston and attracts local citizens and visitors alike.

Central Aroostook County Region - The Central Aroostook County region encompasses communities from Mars Hill to Limestone, and from Fort Fairfield to Ashland. There are some wonderful things to do and see in the Aroostook County region, some of which are listed below.

Cumberland County Region - Cumberland County is a popular attraction for visitors to Maine and hosts the Portland Sea Dogs, a minor-league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, the L.L. Bean flagship store in Freeport, Maine, and the Portland Museum of Art in Portland. The County is approximately 850 square miles in area.

Hancock County Region - Acadia National Park boasts 40 miles of rocky shoreline and the only fjord on the eastern seaboard. Ellsworth, a major retail center, is the county seat of Hancock County. This area is a popular tourist destination due to the scenic coastline, mountains, and islands, abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, and park lands.

Katahdin Region / Baxter State Park - The Katahdin area is home to Baxter State Park and the beginning of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. In the Katahdin Region there is ample Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking adventures awaiting the enthusiastic adventurer. The Katahdin Region is arguably the Center of all outdoor recreation in Maine. From here you can get anywhere in the state by any means you wish. If you hike, bike, ski, snowmobile or drive you can start in the Katahdin area and go in any direction you wish.

Moosehead Lake Region / Greenville Maine - The Moosehead Lake area is home to one of the largest lakes in Maine, and one of the most scenic areas in the state as well. If you are looking for an outdoor adventure with a psoitive impact on your life, this is a great place to start. Outdoor recreation includes hunting, fishing, boating, snowmobiling and much more. With a lake so large, water sports are one of the best kept secrets of the area.

Northern Aroostook County Region - This area includes the St John Valley area, covering Van Buren, Madawaska, Fort Kent and the Allagash area. Some of the best in Maine's wilderness.

Somerset County Region - Somerset County is the 3rd largest county in the State of Maine in geographic land area and contains the 9th largest in population. The Kennebec River, one of the largest Maine river tributaries flows from North to South through the county and is used for commercial as well as recreational purposes. Somerset County also contains major ground transportation routes that support heavy commercial, tourist, and residential use.

Southern Aroostook County Region - The Southern Aroostook County region consists of communities from Bridgewater to Danforth, and south to the Patten - Island Falls Area. Interstate 95 has it's start in Houlton, culminating in Kittery, 295 miles away. If you are looking for an Eco-Tourism trip to Maine, this would be a great place to get going. There are covered bridges, lakes, mountains and much, more to experience in the Southern Aroostook County region.

Trail Map 1 - Aroostook Valley ATV Trail - These maps are just a basic idea of trails that are easily accessible for you to ride on. Please obey the laws and don't go where you are clearly not allowed. This makes for some bad feelings with the landowners, and nobody needs that.

Trail Map 2 - Houlton to Phair Junction Trail -

Trail Map 3 - South LaGrange to Medford ATV Trail Map -

Trail Map 4 - Mount Blue State Park Map -

Trail Map 5 - Summerhaven Use Area Map -

Trail Map 6 - Jay to Farmington Trail Map -

Washington County Region - Downeast Maine gets its start in Washington County. There are so many things to do and see in Washington County it is hard to list it all here. One of the most famous places accessible from Washington County is Campobello Island, summer home to the Franklin D. Roosevelt. Also you may want to take a tour of the Quoddy Loop Trail, one of the most scenic coastal trails in the East. Washington County is called the Sunrise County because the sun hits this area of the Continental US first every morning.

York County Region - York County is a popular destination for both Mainers and visitors alike, offering beautiful beaches like Ogunquit, which also offers the Ogunquit Playhouse. Many visitors find a summer residence in Old Orchard Beach in York County because of its long beach and pier. Wells, a town in York, offers the Wells National Research Reserve a 1,600 acre educational and research facility with 7 miles of trails that span from woods to the beach.

 

 

 

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