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Appalachian Mountain Club

The Appalachian Trail ends at Mt. Katahdin and travels by the Moosehead Lake area on its way.

Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital

Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital & Nursing Home (C. A. Dean) is a 25-bed critical access hospital nestled near the shores of Moosehead Lake in Greenville, Maine. C.A. Dean is also the home to Northwood Healthcare, a primary care practice with offices in Greenville, Monson and Sangerville. C.A. Dean is proud member of Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems.

Maine Office of Tourism


Where original people perfectly complement the beauty of this place. Explore and discover what the Maine Thing is all about. So be inspired. Be adventurous. Be yourself. Discover your Maine Thing.

Maine Tourism Association

From our rock-bound shores to our majestic mountains and islands, Maine is the destination that will exceed your expectations.

As you look through our Web site, what will capture your attention first is the multitude of things to see and do in our four-season travel destination that will provide you with memories to last a lifetime.

Moosehead Historical Society

The Moosehead Historical Society, whose campus is located at the foot of Moosehead Lake in Greenville, Maine, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and communication of the fascinating and colorful history of the Moosehead Lake region. We cordially invite you to visit our museum, and join us for our summer series of “Living History” presentations, both of which offer excellent opportunities to experience and enjoy our rich local and regional heritage. We also invite you to become a member of the Society, and thereby assist us in preserving “days gone by” to be shared in days to come.

When you visit the Moosehead Lake region, please plan to tour our campus. We offer docent-guided tours of the Eveleth-Crafts-Sheridan House, an 1899 Victorian mansion, and our Lumberman’s Museum from early June through September each Wednesday through Friday from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.

The Carriage House archives are available during the winter months for reading and research. Please contact us at 207-695-2909 to confirm office hours.

We are located 1.5 miles west of downtown Greenville at 444 Pritham Avenue, across from Moosehead Cedar Log Homes

Moosehead Historical Society
PO Box 1116
Greenville, Maine 04441-1116

Moosehead Lake Marine Museum and Katahdin Cruises

The Moosehead Marine Museum invites you to experience history: Just step aboard the historic Katahdin Steamship for a leisurely cruise on Moosehead Lake.

Moosehead Lake Region Chamber of Commerce

For information on other businesses in the Moosehead Lake Region.

Moosehead Lake Region Webcams

Moosehead Riders Snowmobile Club

Natural Resource Education Center

NREC Mission  

To educate and inform people about the Moosehead region's natural resources of the past, present, and future, and to be the primary source that people rely on to understand the culture, natural history, and uses of the North Maine Woods.

NREC Office

35 Pritham Ave., PO Box 1329 Greenville, ME  04441 207.695.3705 (machine)

The Maine Highlands

What is truly wonderful about The Maine Highlands is how natural it has stayed and what better way to connect with nature than in an area that was preserved to be forever wild. With a diverse selection of parks featuring a great variety of scenery and wildlife, The Maine Highlands has what you need to start your outdoor experience.

Town of Greenville Maine


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