Millinocket Lodges, Inns, Cabins and Accommodation
Located in north central Maine, in Penobscot County, Millinocket is the gateway to the Katahdin Region and Baxter State Park. Millinocket is laid back, less crowded and friendly – “the way life should be.” Summers in Millinocket give way to biking, hiking and white water rafting with several rafting outfitting companies on the West Branch of the Penobscot River.
Baxter State Park has over 200 miles of trails including the Appalachian Trail. Fall is a popular time for appreciating the amazing foliage; leaf peepers love the views of Mount Katahdin. Hunters find late fall to be perfect for white tail deer hunting. In the winter, there are miles of groomed snowmobile trails, plus cross country skiing and snowshoeing. There is typically plenty of snow on the North Woods trails.
The Trails End Festival is an annual celebration of the famous Northern End of the Appalachian Trail. The Wooden Art/Canoe festival in Millinocket celebrates the heritage of timber, lumber, canoes and kayaks in this sportsmen and loggers region. The Katahdin Region has plenty of camping sites, comfortable cabins and cottages, and lodges to accommodate you during your Northern Maine adventure.
The Big Moose Inn with its unique charm, rare blend of friendly service and lovely surroundings offer inn rooms, suites, cabins, RV, lean to, and tent sites. With a fine dining restaurant, rooftop seating, bar and grille. Located 8 miles from Baxter, between Ambajejus and Millinocket lakes, within walking distance of the beach, and beautiful sunsets. On-site they have canoes, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, scenic wildlife cruises, rafting companies, and a wedding and event venue. Learn More
Maine’s Ultimate Adventure Resort! The New England Outdoor Center offers cozy luxury lodging, inspired cuisine and a wide range of activities for every age group in the splendor and majesty of Maine-s Mt. Katahdin/Baxter State Park region. White water rafting, guided moose and wildlife tours, canoeing, kayaking, hiking or just relax and wonder at nature’s majesty. You’ll to go home knowing more about nature and more about yourself. Learn More
The call of the loon comes from across the lake, a moose feeds along the shore out in front of your cabin. This is what you will find at Loon Lodge. Our log lodge and guest cabins are located deep in the northwoods of the Allagash Lake region. Our guests enjoy fishing, hiking, nature tours, canoeing and kayaking, moose watching and in the fall hunting. We offer packages with or with out meals. If you're looking to get away from it all give us a shout. Learn More
646-316-5151 |1027 Crystal Road, Island Falls , Maine
On the National Historic Registry Sewall House (1865) in Island Falls offering yoga & meditation retreats since 1997. Theodore Roosevelt was healed from asthma while climbing Katahdin, trekking with Maine guide William Sewall. Sewall’s great granddaughter, has taught yoga in NY City since 1985 and continues the legacy of hospitality and healing amongst the northern Maine woods and lakes. Three delicious vegetarian meals per day, private bedrooms, sauna, massage, jacuzzi, porch sitting, daily yoga & meditation are all offered. Relax, renew, all levels welcome, including beginners. Learn More
Located only 3.5 miles from downtown Greenville, nestled in the shadows of mountains, offering peace and quiet. Wilson Pond is a 7 mile long LAKE with depths over 130 feet. Its crystal clear waters offer Lake Trout (Togue), Salmon and Brook Trout. Its quiet waters are especially enjoyed by canoeists and kayakers. We offer seven premiere housekeeping cottages on Wilson Pond. Each with Firepit. Several are pet friendly and all are available for short or long term rentals. 90% of our customers return year after year. Learn More
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