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Big Squaw Ski Resort

Big Squaw Mountain

At this time, Big Squaw Mountain does not have any on site lodging.  There are a number of establishments that support our efforts who are well equipped to make your stay enjoyable. From cozy lodge rooms, lakeside cabins & private vacation homes, hosts at Moosehead lake have a variety of amenities to offer! 

Gray Ghost Camps



Gray Ghost Camps is a place to recon­nect with Nature and let your inner explorer lead you to the next adven­ture. A place to where you can enjoy your favorite out­door activ­ity and have a cozy cabin to rejuvinate at the end of the day. A place to gaze at the stars like you have never seen them. A place where you can expe­ri­ence Maine’s Largest, Moose­head Lake in any of it’s allur­ing sea­sons. Our pri­vate cab­ins offer all the mod­ern con­ve­niences of home. Full Kitchens. Pri­vate Baths. Moun­tain & River Views. Cable TV, Wi-​fi. With over 1000′ of shore frontage there is a view to be taken, a photo to be cap­tured and an expe­ri­ence to be had at every turn.

Type of Lodging: Camp Rentals

Greenville Inn



greenvilleinnLocated just one block from downtown Greenville restaurants and Moosehead Lake, The Greenville Inn is a National Historic
Landmark with exceptional accommodations and amazing views.  In the winter, choose from historic rooms & suites in the lumber baron’s mansion or the very private, luxurious Tower Suite.  In the Spring, Summer & Fall private cottages & family suites are private respites.   All accommodations have private en-suite bathrooms and flat-screen cable TVs.  A sumptuous, hot breakfast is included each day at a private table.  Seasonal packages & SKI for FREE Package.   Multi-night discounts available.  Easy on-line reservations.  Call or email us for more info:; 207-695-2206.207-695-2206

Type of Lodging: Bed and Breakfast

Kelly’s Landing



Sometimes a place is just too nice to leave. At Kelly’s on Moosehead, you don’t have to.

We have waterfront lodging in a lakeside singles, roomy double suites and even a four-bedroom log home, all overlooking Moosehead Lake.

Affordable accommodations for the night, the weekend or longer.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxed dinner with a bottle of wine or a simple, filling meal, Kelly’s Landing will satisfy your appetite.

With our offerings of a children’s menu,  wide selection of homemade soups and award winning chowder,

appetizers, sweet desserts, and a wine list to complement our wide array of superb entrees,

you’ll see why Kelly’s Landing is the destination of choice for the Moosehead Region’s hungry guests

Type of Lodging: Motel

Moose Mountain Inn



Ski and Stay package! At Big Squaw Mountain
Stay 2 nights at the Moose Mountain Inn and get 2 free ski passes
Stay at the Moose Mountain Inn! Closest lodging to Big Squaw Mountain and
 located on Little Moose Mountain. Enjoy free in room coffee &
continental breakfast. Easy trail access for snowmobilers, skiers, snowshoers.
·      Free continental breakfast
·       Onsite 7 mile snowshoe hiking trail (Little Moose Mountain)
·      Ample parking for snowmobilers and on trail access.
·      Rentals available for x/c skis, snowshoes, snowmobiles.
·      Guides available for Snowmobile tours and Ice Fishing.
Type of Lodging: Motel

Moosehead Hills Cabins



Log cabin vacation rentals on Moosehead Lake. Warm crackling fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, gorgeous views and sunsets. Hiking and snowshoe trails, massages. On the snowmobile trail and minutes from Big Squaw Ski Resort!

Type of Lodging: Camp Rentals

The Birches Resort



The resort is family-owned and operated by the Willard family, who bought it in the 1960s. In the 1990s the Willards added an outfitting operation, Wilderness Expeditions, providing guests and visitors to the area with a variety of outdoor activities.  White water rafting, fishing, canoeing and kayaking, cross country skiing, sledding and snowshoeing are offered within the resort’s 11,000 acres.

The Birches Resort has rustic charm. It maintains 15 1930’s-style wood-hewn cottages that dot the lake, a lodge with guest rooms and a pine paneled dining room with magnificent lake views, small cottages in the woods for family camping, and comfortable vacation homes available for rent. All are beautifully situated.

Our guides and staff come from a variety of backgrounds but we all share a common passion: a love of the outdoors. We’d like to share it with you.

Take a break from the demands of modern life and visit us for fun, relaxation and a wilderness adventure. Family vacations are our specialty.

Type of Lodging: Camp Rentals

Tomhegan Camps


Tomhegan Camps

We are tucked away in one of the most private, spectacular and historic locations on Moosehead Lake. Ten cabins and a large lodge each enjoy their own lake views that are second to none.  Founded in 1910 as a traditional Maine Sporting Camp, Tomhegan Camps continues to operate one of the most popular sets of year-round rental cabins and lodge on Moosehead.  In summer guests enjoy our private boat launch – guest docking, kayak, canoe and boat rentals. Winter guests are an easy drive to beautiful Big Squaw Mountain, have access to snowmobile trail system, trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing, and have over a mile and a half of shorefront to enjoy some of the best ice fishing on the lake. Each cabin is unique, all with well-equipped kitchens, full baths, linens and towels. Onsite caretakers and camp store are there to serve your needs.

Type of Lodging: Camp Rentals




About Greenville

Tucked away in the Longfellow Mountains of Maine’s vast north woods, Moosehead Lake has long lured summer and winter visitors to its 280-mile shoreline. But for the 1,646 residents of Greenville, the tranquil town that sits at the lake’s southernmost point, world-class outdoor recreation is a part of daily life. Here at the gateway to the wild Maine Highlands, you’ll enjoy unrivaled access to fishing, boating, and swimming in the state’s largest lake – especially if you escape to one of our charming Greenville vacation rentals.

Where is Greenville, ME?

The town of Greenville is located in Piscataquis County on the southern shores of Moosehead Lake, the largest single-state lake east of the Mississippi River. You’ll be just beyond the western reaches of the 100 Mile Wilderness, 70 miles northwest of Bangor, 150 miles north of bustling downtown Portland, and 265 miles due east of Montreal.

Things to Do in Greenville, ME

Whether you’re planning to visit in winter, spring, summer, or fall, our Greenville vacation rentals offer enviable proximity to the 74,890-acre Moosehead Lake.

Sunbathe, swim, and unwind at one of the three public beaches that are easily accessed from downtown Greenville. You’ll find a wharf and a boat launch at Greenville Junction, a protected swimming area and a lifeguard at Red Cross Beach, and a wide stretch of sand and a children’s playground at Lily Bay State Park nine miles north.

Catch a glimpse of Moose Mountain, the Spencer Mountains, and Mt. Katahdin with a cruise aboard the steamship Katahdin, a turn-of-the-century icon that makes its home at the Moosehead Marine Museum. Between Memorial Day and early September, you can launch your own boat to fish for bass, perch, trout, and salmon, or drop a kayak in Wilson Ponds, Prong Pond, Sawyer Pond, or one of the other nearby lakes and streams.

Spend summer mornings hiking Chairback Mountain, Big Moose Mountain, or Burnt Jacket Mountain, and head downtown for an afternoon of tennis on the public courts. Each winter, you can ski the scenic slopes of Big Squaw Mountain, play ice hockey on the town’s outdoor rink, or cross-country ski and snowshoe on the countless lakeshore trails.

Day Trips from Greenville, ME

Whether your interests lie in hiking, river rafting, or basking in the solitude of the Maine Highlands, you’ll find it all within striking distance of our Greenville vacation rentals.

Get out of town for the day to hike the easy trail to Moxie Falls or the more challenging ascent of Big Spencer Mountain. For a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, you can scramble to the 5,268-foot summit of Mt. Katahdin, the tallest peak in Maine and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail just 70 miles northeast. Or, book a guided rafting excursion on the west outlet of the Kennebec River or the west branch of the Penobscot River – both of which will treat you to unspoiled views of Maine’s lush woodland wilderness.


Type of Lodging: Camp Rentals