100’s of Miles of Trails to Explore
Our vast woods offer many wildlife sighting opportunities with thousands of acres of paper company and Maine Public Lands to explore – much of which is accessible year round. Deer, bear, coyote, fox, bald eagle, osprey, waterfowl, and of course, North America’s tallest land mammal, the moose, can be found here. The Upper Kennebec Valley region offers an incomparable fall foliage experience with some of the most breathtaking views in New England.
Late spring and summer months bring a variety of paddling opportunities for all skill levels, whether you canoe, kayak or prefer the whitewater.
This region is also noted for the portion of the Appalachian trail that crosses the Kennebec River to Caratunk and traverses Pleasant and Bald mountains. From your cabin or campsite, backcountry roads and trails provide excellent hiking or biking.
If you want a Northern Woods hunting experience, we have it. Moose, deer, bear, grouse, woodcock, ducks, and a wide variety of small game take center stage.
Come Play in the Snow!
Snowmobiling in Moxie Gore and The Forks Area offers hundreds of miles of well groomed trails leading to the Moosehead/Greenville, Eustis/Rangeley, and Jackman areas, and points beyond. Or bring your snowshoes and cross-country skis to explore Maine’s winter wonders!
Guide Services Available
C. Moxie Gore can provide you with many additional services that will make your trip a success. We can arrange for a Registered Maine Guide for fishing or hunting. We also offer shuttle services to canoeists, kayakers, private boaters and hikers. You can even book your whitewater rafting trip through us – with one of the area’s fine rafting outfitters.