A T V Rockwood on Moosehead Page !
The Moosehead ATV Riders is a local club that offers a well marked trail system up the west side of Moosehead Lake. The system consists of 89 miles of trails including ITS 88, plus a new connector trail from the Burnham Pond Road around the back side of Squaw Mountain to the Brochu Road. Snowmobile ITS 88 from Greenville Junction to the East Outlet is available for ATV riding from the time the trails open in May, up until December 15 when the trails close to snowmobile traffic only. The Big Moose Pond trailhead has a 5-mile loop, which connects to ITS 88 and offers trailer parking at the Public Lands on the North Road.You can park your trailers and ride from the kiosk on the Dump Road (from Greenville Junction, take Depot Street south, bear right at the fork toward the Greenville Landfill). There is also trailer parking available at the Public Lands on the North Road by Squaw Brook, the Burnham Pond Road by the I-beams, or at the Public Parking at the East Outlet.
The Birches Resort was built in the 1930′s as a hunting and fishing lodge. We’re located on Moosehead Lake in Rockwood, Maine, on a privately owned, 11,000 acre nature preserve. We’re in the heart of Maine’s Great North Woods, the last remaining wilderness in New England
.P.O. Box 41 Rockwood, ME 04478 | Tel: 1.800.825.9453 | email@example.com://www.birches.com/
We are located on the western shore of Moosehead Lake, on a quiet, dead-end street. Each cabin views a ten mile span of water, with islands and mountains on the horizon. Swimming is encouraged from our gravel beach, and boat docking is free. A general store and post office are within walking distance.Some of the BEST ,Fishing & Hunting in the area !! Bob Lawrence Master Maine Guide Over 25 years experience
ATTENTION ATV ENTHUSIASTS! Marked ATV trails start right at the end of our driveway. You can leave your front door and head out on miles & miles of trails. This is your best chance to see the North Maine Woods. Don't forget your camera! We will give you the directions for a short or long ride. We are happy to assist you in planning your ATV adventure and prepare you for a great time of ATV riding the responsible way. The purpose is to make riding as enjoyable as possible, while at the same time ensuring that it has a positive impact on nature. Remember, you can legally ride your ATV right from your cottage at Wilsons on Moosehead Lake! If you enjoy nature and the outdoors, you’ve come to the right place! Wilsons is the ideal destination to spend your vacation, with innumerable activities to interest every member of the family, young or old. Wilsons is the perfect place to do everything...or nothing at all!
Discover the spacious lakefront cottages of Wilsons on Moosehead Lake, Maine - call 1-800-817-2549
Maynards main Lodge is the social room, furnished in natural Maine cedar with a mammoth stone fireplace, plate glass windows overlooking Moose River and the mountains beyond, with a broad porch running the full width of the main houseMost appealing to guests are the privacy and comfort of the cabins, bungalow style, completely and attractively furnished. It consists of living-room with automatic heat or wood stoves for warmth, full bath, and from 1 to 3 bedrooms, single, double or queen beds.Winter Snowmobile Retreat Now open year round with a few winterized efficiency cabins. We offer one housekeeping unit that will accommodate up to 9 people. There's access to snowmobile trails in back of the cabins and we have ice-shack rentals on the lake for ice-fishing!
Rockwood, ME 04478
Tel. 207-534-7703 or 1-866-699-0857 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rockwood Cottages is a village of housekeeping cottages nestled on the shore of Moosehead Lake in Rockwood, Maine. We are located in the heart of a complete four-season vacation area, an area that has something for everyone to enjoy every season of the year in a natural unspoiled wilderness setting. Here is a beautiful, crystal clear lake, 40 miles long and 20 miles wide, with many large and small islands, sheltered inlets and coves. The surrounding wilderness area has hundreds of miles of wood roads and trails offering visitors a chance to get back into the woods and providing fishermen access to the many ponds, streams and rivers.