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Do Not Miss This Secluded Waterfront Cabin In Greenville, US

    Take a look inside the Fisherman’s Cabin situated in Greenville, Maine, United States. This holiday home features an ATM and free WiFi. The holiday cabin has 1 bedroom, a TV with cable channels, an equipped kitchenette with a fridge and an oven, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a bath or shower. Towels and bed linen are offered in the cabin. The Fisherman’s Cabin offers a children’s playground. Guests at the cabin can enjoy skiing and cycling nearby, or make the most of the garden.

    Greenville, Maine, is located on Moosehead Lake, the state’s largest lake, at 40 miles long and 20 miles wide it is perfect for fishing or boating or you can venture to the middle of the lake to hike up to the top of Mount Kineo, with its 763-foot sheer cliff. From the top, you can also see one of the world’s largest masses of Rhyolite, a light-colored volcanic rock found in select spots throughout the state. Greenville’s location is in the heart of the Maine Highlands, which has drawn outdoor enthusiasts for more than 200 years with its seemingly endless forests and mountains, and numerous lakes and rivers. The following are some of the things to do in the area.

    Moose. This area is one of the best places to spot moose, during the Moosemania festival in spring, moose sightings are in the hundreds. You can hire a guide to take you on a moose safari or other outdoor adventure, such as birding, fishing, or dogsledding.

    The Katahdin. Step aboard the last remaining steamboat in Maine, exactly like it was in 1914 when it was built, for a leisurely cruise around the lake. The Moosehead Marine Museum honors the lake’s long history. Deep and large, Moosehead is ideal for boating of all sorts. The Lily Bay State Park is a great way to experience the lake year-round, with swimming, fishing, and boating in the summer and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling in the winter. Each winter, the annual Wilderness Dog Sled Race starts and ends in Greenville, with fun events for the whole family. Ice fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling are popular winter activities.

    Hiking in the Little Moose Mountain. Little Moose Mountain is another great opportunity to do some hiking in Greenville town near the Lake region. Often people come to the location for hiking purposes. It’s not a large mountain, so hiking is easy, and many tourists enjoy hiking there. You can make your way to Little Moose Pond for a scenic spot, to take some great pictures.

    Biking Trails. Biking Trails in Greenville is another adventure to do. They have all sorts of bikes suitable for the Mountain Road ride. From single-track mountain bikes to 22 miles long swamp rabbit trails, tourists will find everything they need.

    Restaurants in Greenville. If after a day out on the lake, you’d like a hearty meal, Greenville has it. In town, delicious, home-style meals abound, perfect for warming up after snowmobiling all day. Low-key and cozy, the Stress Free Moose Pub and Cafe’s name says it all. Kelly’s Landing is another favorite spot right on the lake.

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