Things to Do

If you're seeking adventure or peace and tranquility, we've got you covered!

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Moose and Wildlife

Moose and Wildlife

Tomhegan is the place to see wildlife on Moosehead. From white-tailed deer to mallard ducks, we have got you covered. Guests will have the pleasure of listening to loon calls from their firepits and watching pileated woodpeckers snack on a nearby tree. If the timing is right, you may see a Moose at the marina … Read more

Hiking

Hiking

The Moosehead Lake region is hiker heaven with many wonderful mountain peaks and trails to explore! There are tough steep hikes such as Little Spencer and easier walking trails right here at Tomhegan. We encourage all first-time visitors to hike Moosehead’s most iconic mountain, Mt. Kineo. On your drive in, you will see spectacular views … Read more

Boating

Boating

Boating is a wonderful way to explore our 40 mile long lake! There are endless trip options from Socatean Bay to Northeast Carry. Each cabin is allotted one free slip at our docks. Additional space may be available. We also offer boat rentals to our guests. Reservations may be made ahead of time or during … Read more

Fishing & Ice Fishing

Fishing & Ice Fishing

Over 15 species of fish can be found in Moosehead Lake, including, but not limited to; Landlocked salmon, Lake trout, Brook trout, Round whitefish, Rainbow smelt, Smallmouth bass, White perch, Yellow perch, Longnose sucker, White sucker, Rompout (bullhead) and Burbot (cusk). For generations, fisherman have been casting their lines from the outlets to the 40 … Read more

Canoeing & Kayaking

Canoeing & Kayaking

Exploring the lake by personal watercraft is a great way to spend your day! Tomhegan has a limited availability of rentals available for our guests that can be reserved before your vacation. However, you are also welcome to bring your own! Our favorite trips include paddling into Socatean Stream or Tomhegan Bay. You can make … Read more

Beaches & Swimming

Beaches & Swimming

Looking for a remote beach away from camp? There are many wonderful places you can boat, kayak, canoe or even swim to! Some even have small soft pebbles and sand! From Kineo’s pebble beach to Farm Island campsites, your options are endless. We also have two areas within walking distance from your cabin great for … Read more

Snowshoe & Cross Country Ski

Snowshoe & Cross Country Ski

From trails right here at Tomhegan, you can snowshoe through the woods and right along the lake shore. Each winter many visitors see otters playing on the ice. Download our trail map here. The road is great for cross-country skiing, just make sure to listen for vehicles. For those looking to adventure on to larger … Read more

Ski & Snowboard

Ski & Snowboard

Located about 40 minutes south of Tomhegan on Big Squaw Mountain is Moosehead’s very own ski resort, Squaw Mountain. Rich in history, the mountain is currently maintained and operated by volunteers, who run a full service ski resort complete with rentals, lessons, and racing center. The lodge also offers a great selection of food and … Read more

Golf

Golf

Enjoy a round of golf our your vacation at some of the oldest courses in New England! Although our courses are small, they offer cart and club rentals with no tee time required! Come enjoy your vacation without the hassle of traveling with your clubs and take in some of the most incredible mountain and … Read more

Tours & Excursions

Tours & Excursions

Looking to paddle through some whitewater rapids, look for a moose on a guided safari or have a guided fishing trip? Well Moosehead Lake has you covered! There are guides for just about everything from Bird Watching to to Dog Sledding. Start out by checking out Northeast Whitewater and Northwoods Outfitters. For those looking for … Read more

Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling

Tomhegan is just a short ride to the Interconnection Trail System, which offers miles of scenic riding, with great places to stop for coffee, lunch, and gas. We encourage all riders to review trail condition reports before planning a trip and be aware of any areas where you are traveling over ponds or lakes, as … Read more

Local Restaurants

Local Restaurants

Rockwood has three great places to eat! Maynards in Maine, The Birches and the Rockwood Bar and Grill. Maynards in Maine is open seasonally, offering breakfast daily and a pre-fixed dinner menu with two options each night. For dinner, you must call to make reservations and let them know what meal each guest would like. … Read more

ATVing

ATVing

Although we do not allow ATVs to drive on our property, guests are welcome to trailer them in and out to explore the miles of trails around the region. Trails extend from Rockwood to Jackman, The Forks to Greenville and even up to Kokadjo. Your adventure can be a short few hours or an entire … Read more

Shopping

Shopping

For a rainy day or when you have a little cabin fever, check out Downtown Greenville for some fun local shopping! There are a variety of shops including antiques, boutiques, galleries and specialty retailers. From Kamp Kamp to Northwoods Outfitters, there is a store for everyone! Depending on when you visit, you may stumble upon … Read more

Retreats & Special Occasions

Retreats & Special Occasions

Tomhegan is a wonderful location to host your special occasion. Be it a fishing trip, birthday party or family reunion, we can accommodate you! With capacity to sleep 88 guests, rent the entire property or just one cabin for your next special occasion. Looking for a quiet romantic getaway for your honeymoon, babymoon, anniversary or … Read more

Weddings

Weddings

Looking for a wedding location like no other? Well then you have found your spot! May-June or September-December, Tomhegan offers couples the perfect spot for a DIY lakeside wedding. Contact our managers today to see what dates are available and if our venue would be the right fit for you!

Biking

Biking

Guests are welcome to bring their bicycles and ride on Spinney road and throughout camp. Please be aware of cars and respect wildlife. If you wish to bike farther, the loggings roads and other residents areas are great for biking. Make sure to: Tell someone where you’re going. Be prepared, have a map, know where … Read more

Hunting

Hunting

Originally founded as a sportsman’s camp, we welcome all hunters! From partridge to bear, the Moosehead region offers excellent hunting for all ages. Remember, within Tomhegan and all of Spinney road, there is no hunting, yet there are vast areas just beyond these boundaries. Please  be in compliance with all Maine hunting laws by having … Read more

B-52 Crash Site

B-52 Crash Site

Looking to explore a piece of history? Visit the 1963 B-52 crash site on Elephant Mountain in Greenville. Less than half a mile in length, the scattered wreckage is over mostly even terrain. Learn more about this crash and get directions here.