This past weekend was the 44th annual International Seaplane Fly-In here on Moosehead Lake! Learn more about this awesome annual event at www.seaplanefly-in.org! Accommodations book up fast, so make your reservations today for 2018! Tomhegan only has four cabins left! Festivities also include a huge craft fair in downtown Greenville and the annual Fly-In 5k!
Have you been visiting the region for years? Looking for something new to explore? Here are four businesses that have opened in recent years and are waiting for you to stop by! Kineo Coffee Station: After opening in June of 2015, Kineo Coffee quickly became a town favorite! Serving breakfast and lunch Tuesday-Saturday from 7AM-1PM, … Read more
Do you have some hard-core campers in your vacation crew? Well we’ve got great news for them! Right in front of Tomhegan is Farm Island, where campers can experience the ultimate Maine backcountry adventure! This 980-acre state wildlife preserve with several camping sites has so much to offer visitors. Each site has a wonderful beachfront … Read more
When standing at the Tomhegan Marina, there is a plethora of mountain peaks in your view. Have you ever wondered which mountains they are? On clear days, from the marina you can see the tip of Mt. Katahdin. Big and Little Spencer. But the one that is closest, of the right just a tad is … Read more
Are you visiting Tomhegan this year? Make sure to put one or all six of the Moosehead Pinnacle Pursuit hikes on your vacation bucket list! Samantha, one of our managers has hiked all six and is excited to share her thoughts on each with you! Many are great for kids, while some are more … Read more
Kayaking is a perfect activity here on Moosehead Lake! Make sure to bring yours with you, or rent one from us! We suggest two different kayaking routes from the Tomhegan Marina: #1: The best (in our opinion) is to take a trip up the Socatean Bay. If you time your trip just right, you may … Read more
Each winter, in search of drinking water, all of our deer find their way to Moosehead River once the shoreline of Moosehead Lake has frozen. They bed up with many other local deer near Maynard’s of Maine at the top of the Northern Road, where locals feed them grain and help them survive the chilly … Read more