If you’re interested in exploring outside of the lodge, there are several options within just a few miles, as well as short day trips.
Almanac Mountain is just a few miles away, and a short hike will reward you with sensational views spring, summer, and fall.
Dobsy Stream is the “local swimming hole.” Roughly 2 miles from the Lodge, visitors can enjoy an afternoon in the “pool” and a picnic lunch.
There are several geocaches in the Lakeville area.
Jack’s Snack Shack is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.
The Springfield Fair is a favorite activity on Labor Day weekend. There are also events at the fairgrounds throughout the summer.
Baxter State Park / Mount Katahdin is roughly a 90 minute drive.
Debsconeag Ice Caves are located just south of Baxter State Park in the Shadow of Mount Katahdin. The Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area contains the highest concentration of pristine, remote ponds in New England, as well as thousands of acres of mature forests.
For those who enjoy golfing, Jato Highlands is located in Lincoln.
Take a day trip and visit the West Quoddy Headlight, the easternmost point on the United States mainland (about 2.25 hour drive one way).
There are hundreds of miles of trails and dirt roads for ATV adventures, many accessible directly from the Lodge. ATV Maine is an excellent resource, with a listing of several clubs in the state of Maine. Visit our ATV page for additional information.