As the waves slowly rock you to and fro, you dip your paddles into the water to keep you on course. You can hear the drips and swishes of the water as you row and send your craft forward. The sun is shining above, and you cannot help but feel at ease with the world as the tranquility of the lake surrounds you. When you stay with us at Wilsons on Moosehead Lake in one of our Maine lakefront rentals, this is a normal day on our beautiful waters.
A Motorized Adventure
Some of the most peaceful time at our lodge is spent on the water; however, some of our guests prefer to get around a little faster. Many of our fishing fanatics rent motorized watercraft to get around and cast their lines with ease. Fishing is a favorite past-time during warm weather, and the lake ends up a hub for anglers looking for a fun experience. In the winter it is all about ice fishing, but once the water thaws for summertime weather, the open water is where it is at.
Paddling The Day Away
For those days that you just want to float on by and soak up the day while rising and falling with the rippling waves, grab a paddle and hit the water. There are several options for non-motorized crafts that allow you to enjoy the day at your own pace in the quiet and serenity of Moosehead Lake. You can find standing paddle boards, regular kayaks, canoes, tandem kayaks, and even junior kayaks for the little ones. You can relax all day with a laid back trip exploring the lake at a leisurely pace and enjoy the beauty of the lake up close and personal.
Kick Back And Relax
Our location here at Wilsons On Moosehead Lake is ideal for those that love nature and getting out on the water. When you stay in our Maine lakefront rentals, you will be able to experience all that our lodge and gorgeous lakefront surroundings have to offer. From making a splash in the lake to taking in the views on a hike, you will be immersed in the beauty of the Moosehead Lake area. Call or visit our website to book your stay with us at Wilsons On Moosehead for a memorable Maine getaway. The Lake is calling!