#Moosehead Lake

Boston, MABoston Globe

Two New England lakes named top destinations by U.S. News & World Report

Two New England lakes clinched spots in a new U.S. News & World Report list of the 27 top lake destinations, released Friday. The list highlights Maine’s Moosehead Lake and the Lake Champlain Islands in Vermont as well as other aquatic beauties around the country, such as Lake Tahoe on the California-Nevada border and Crater Lake National Park in Oregon.
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Greenville, MEobserver-me.com

Artisans sought for Moosehead village

The Moosehead Artisan Village will be officially opening for the season on June 30 and going to the end of October. We are now located at 16 Moosehead Lake Road (Moosehead Center). Three of the four cottages are available to rent from one up to four-week intervals. This is an...
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Greenville, MEnrcm.org

New Mountain Biking Trails in the Moosehead Region

About three years ago, a group of outdoor enthusiasts in Greenville, Maine, got together to explore the possibility of building a world-class mountain bike trail system. We are very excited to announce that our vision is going to become a reality. We have formed a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization called Moosehead Outdoor Alliance, and our group is working in conjunction with the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands (BPL). After several meetings and detailed planning with BPL, we have been approved to build trails on 2,000 acres in three different zones on Little Moose Public Reserved Land. Our group’s mission is the following:

On the Water: Lake Life

There’s no shortage of bodies of water in Maine, so it helps to know where to go—and that depends on what you want to do when you’re out there. These are our favorite lakes to explore by boat, but we know there are many more we didn’t include. Do you have a favorite? For the chance to be included in an online roundup of reader ideas, write to us at [email protected] about where you love to get out on the water.