Book a Scheduled Tour!
We offer 3-Hour Morning Tours & 3-Hour Evening Tours!
Book a Scheduled Tour
Scheduled Moose and Wildlife tours leave twice daily, morning and afternoon. Each tour is three hours long, and our means of transportation for these excursions are either our luxury pontoon boat on Millinocket Lake, or our air-conditioned van which can seat up to 14 guests. 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 Morning Tour | $59/pp (Adult) | $49/pp (12 & under)
3 Hour Evening Tour | $59/pp (Adult) | $49/pp (12 & under)
Our Moose & Wildlife Sightings Report
Notes from our daily trips
With stormy weather in the forecast for the evening, we only had a morning tour today and Ken was able to get out on the NEOC pontoon boat with his small group of 4. The sun was shining on Katahdin as they glided by and enjoyed the views. They saw lots of birds including loons,…Read More
Today was a very busy day at Twin Pines and Ken was the guide for both the morning and afternoon wildlife tours. In the morning as they ventured towards Big Mud Brook, they saw 2 cormorants, loons, kingfishers, both wood ducks and black ducks and an eagle. In the evening they were out on the…Read More
It was a lovely day here in the Katahdin region and Ken took full advantage of that by getting his large group of 13 out on Millinocket Lake for a beautiful sunset ride. In addition to the gorgeous scenery they did get to see loons and kingfishers, black ducks and wood ducks and 3 beaver.Read More
Today we had 2 wildlife tours and the remnants of Hurricane Ida passing by which brought a little instability to the area. Ken was able to get his morning group out on the pontoon boat and they saw 1 loon, ducks and a kingfisher. In the evening, Ken decided to take his group of 6…Read More
On this last day of August, we are still going strong with our wildlife tours and Ken was busy with both the morning and evening tours. It was a beautiful morning as the group of 5 headed for Big Mud Brook and along the journey were able to see 2 cormorants, some common mergansers, a…Read More