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
White Water Rafting ME – Penobscot River Trips Whitewater Rafting Full River Trip – Penobscot River The Full River Trip begins on the lower river with Class I to IV rapids, allowing rafters to enjoy the views and smaller surf holes and waterfalls before indulging in a riverside BBQ lunch. In the morning get to…Read More
Rekindle Your Spirit of Adventure at New England’s Top Adventure Resort. The New England Outdoor Center is the home of Twin Pine Cabins, the Penobscot Outdoor Center and the River Drivers Restaurant. Voted Top Adventure Resort in New England by Yankee Magazine NEOC comprises all the essential pieces for an unforgettable Maine spring and summer…Read More
Heavy Rains Create Unique Whitewater Rafting Experience in Northern Maine Due to the exceptional amount of rain over the past few weeks, watersheds in Maine are brimming with water. This phenomenon is shaping up the rivers to be unusually interesting for midsummer adventurers and especially affecting the white water rafting industry. Amplifying the experiences on…Read More
Feels Like Spring! We captured a few images of our first day of spring! But they do exemplify the magic of Twin Pine Camps blanketed in new snow. Cozy cabins, quiet, crisp and starry nights are only three reasons you can’t miss the Katahdin Region in the winter or in this case the spring!…Read More
The ski trails at Twin Pines/New England Outdoor Center are perfection. We headed out yesterday to take a quick spin up and over Black Cat Mt, which, in comparison to our neighbor,Katahdin, is not much of a mountain. However, with signs like these.. it might be a bit more of a mountain than you think!…Read More
New England Outdoor Center – 30th Anniversary Celebration Thursday August 16th 2012. Come and join us for all or part of this Celebration – events are free unless otherwise noted & all are welcome to join in. www.neoc.com 6.00-10.00 am – Sunrise Pontoon Boat Ride. $2.00 Mimosas in the River Drivers Restaurant followed by Muffins on…Read More
August 10th, Sterling managed to take a group out on a nice cool morning. With rain looming (and maybe in the air already), the group braved the weather and headed out on Millinocket Lake. After a rainy adventure across the lake, Sterling managed to spot 2 large moose as well as a few ospreys and…Read More
After the hot weather decided to take a break, Eddie took a group out on Millinocket Lake and saw a multitude of moose in the morning! As the temperature dropped, the moose came out. Eddie and the group spotted a cow and a calf, as well as another cow with what appeared to be a…Read More