During the summer, Danforth hosts their own Summerfest with a weekend long events including limbo, hula hooping, chili cook offs, public movie showings, parades, pet show and much more. All summer long Weston and Danforth are ideal for water sport activists at the nearby Grand Lake, for biking and ATV riders too.
Don’t miss Danforth’s Deering Lake Boat Light Parade where participants decorate boats with lights for a summer spectacle. All year, Deering Lake and The Grand Lake attract anglers, kayakers, boaters and water skiers alike, ice fisherman flock to the region when the lake freezes over. What else is there to do in winter in Weston? Take a guided tour snowmobiling or cross-country ski.
Just across the border of Canada, Danforth accommodates those in search of affordable lodgings to curl up by the fire or sit on a porch at a lakeside cottage. When staying in Danforth you are near Maine School of Science and Math, Fort Kent, Madawaska, and some of Maine’s best outdoor places.
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
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