Our Maine Woods Discovery providers offer about a dozen activities perfectly suited to the four season climate of our region. From the classics that blazed the trail for outdoor recreation to summer and winter sports that celebrate all of those things we love about the woods. We have even included a few sports that will keep things interesting for generations to come.
Canoe? kayak? Tough choice considering the numerous bodies of water throughout the Maine Woods; we say “try both!”
There’s no better way to explore the woods than on foot. All you need are strong boots, water and thirst for adventure.
Come enjoy whitewater thrills. Adventure awaits on the Kennebec, Dead or Penobscot Rivers. You won’t be disappointed.
Prepare yourself for a close encounter with moose or a family of beavers. Foxes, bears, eagles. This is truly wild stuff.
The living forested landscape envelopes you. Travel at high speeds through untouched woods or along well-traveled paths.
From Grand Lake Stream to remote ponds feeding the Kennebec and Penobscot; come fish these woods all year round.
Numerous northern and boreal species thrive in the hardwood forests of the Maine Woods offering vast opportunities for birders.
Our guides learned their craft from generations of the skilled hunters to provide the best chance for a successful hunt.
There is no better way to cover hundreds of miles of snow covered trails, lofty mountains and frozen lakes than aboard a snowmobile.
Woodland silence broken only by the sounds of dogs traveling across the snowpack. This is Maine tradition brought to life.
Something beyond description connects you to nature when you strap on snowshoes and head out into the woods. You’ll see.
In Maine snow comes early and stays until well into springtime. For nordic skiers, the Maine Woods are virtually paradise.
There are about a million things you can do in the woods, so we've perfected the best ones, just for you...