Book A Scheduled Tour - They leave daily, in the Morning and Evening
Scheduled Moose and Wildlife tours leave twice daily, morning and afternoon. We either use our luxury pontoon boat on Millinocket Lake or our air-conditioned van which can seat up to 14. How we travel is weather & Guide availability dependent, with your guide choosing the location where you will have the highest likelihood of viewing moose and other wildlife.
3 Hour Evening Tour | $53 per person| $43 (12 and under)
3 Hour Morning Tour | $53 per person| $43 (12 and under)
Book A Full Day Tour - Spend More Time in the Woods
Are you interested in more time in the woods with more opportunities to view and perhaps photograph wildlife? Our Full day tour lasts around 7-hours and includes a packed lunch. Weather & guide dependent we may travel in both our luxury pontoon boat on Millinocket Lake or our air-conditioned van which can seat up to 14. Your guide will choose the location where you will have the highest likelihood of viewing moose and other wildlife. The longer tour allows us time to travel deeper into the woods or wait longer at specific locations to view more animals.
Full-Day Guided Moose & Wildlife Excursion |$149 | per person
Our Moose & Wildlife Sightings Report
Notes from our daily trips
In a recent article National Geographic profiled their picks for the Top 10 Summit Hikes in the World and our very own Katahdin made the list at number 2! Chosen for its scenic beauty and connection to the local people and culture. The article refers to Katahdin as the “most inspiring peak in Eastern North…Read More
We took a trip up to the new Katahdin Loop Road, a project of Katahdin Woods and Waters to check out the views and go for a short hike. The trip proved to be more stunning than we had imagined. The area is approximately 100,000 acres of land East of Baxter State Park with the…Read More
There’s a lot to do in Maine, specifically in the Katahdin region also known as The Maine Highlands. The other day we took a drive up to Patten for the Fiddler and Fiddlehead Festival that was being held at the Patten Lumbermen’s Museum. To get there from NEOC was a casual drive up one of…Read More