Useful Resources in the Katahdin Region

Below is a list of links to web sites that might be of interest to Maine sportsmen and sportswomen. These are for informational purposes only. The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife does not endorse, promote, or sponsor any businesses or services listed. These links are provided as a courtesy, and are not part of the official State of Maine web site. We can make no guarantees as to the accuracy of others' content.

Sporting Camps

Maine Sporting Camp Association

126 Western Avenue, Box 131, Augusta, ME 04330
207-435-6000
Email: info@mainesportingcamps.com
Website: www.mainesportingcamps.com
Sixty members statewide. Comfortable, rustic wilderness cabins in a century-old tradition; excellent home-cooked meals or complete cooking facilities.

Frost Pond Camps

HC 76, Box 620, T3 R11 WELS, ME 04441
207-852-4700
Email: info@frostpondcamps.com
Website: www.frostpondcamps.com
For a fishing, hunting, vacationing, or just a cabin to relax at, come visit us at Frost Pond Camps!

Eagle Lodge and Camps

P.O. Box 686, Lincoln, ME 04457
207-794-2181
Email: info@eaglelodgemaine.com
Website: www.eaglelodgemaine.com
Guided smallmouth bass fishing on the Penobscot River. Thirteen lakes and ponds in Lincoln. Meals and private cabins available.

Nahmakanta Lake Camps

P.O. Box 544, Millinocket, ME 04462
207-731-8888
Email: info@nahmakanta.com
Website: www.nahmakanta.com
Newly rebuilt wilderness sporting camps near Mount Katahdin. Outstanding lake, stream and remote pond fishing for togue, salmon and brook trout.

Munsungan Hunting and Fishing Club

P.O. Box 186, Washburn, ME 04786
207-592-8411
Email jim@munsungan.com
Website: www.munsungan.com
Small, full-service log camps, located at the outlet of Munsungan Lake. Fish, hunt or just relax.

The Bradford Camps

P.O. Box 729, Ashland, Maine 04732
207-746-7777 (summer) 207-439-6364 (winter)
Email: maine@bradfordcamps.com
Website: www.bradfordcamps.com
Prime salmon and brook trout fishing. Very remote, pristine. Excellent accommodations, waterfront cabins and all meals.

Libby Sporting Camps

P.O. Box 810, Ashland, ME 04732
207-435-8274 or 207-435-2462
Email: matt@libbycamps.com
Website: www.libbycamps.com
A traditional Maine sporting camp. Fishing for brook trout and landlocked salmon. Seaplane flyouts and guide service available. Orvis Endorsed.

New England Outdoor Center

P.O. Box 669 – 1221 Medway Road, Millinocket, ME 04462
1-800-766-7238 or 207-723-5438
Email: info@neoc.com
Website: www.neoc.com
Guest cabins on Millinocket Lake with spectacular views of Mt. Katahdin. Free canoe, boat rentals, recreation room, TV, and hot tub.

Medawisla Wilderness Lodge and Cabins

PO Box 310, Greenville, ME 04441
207-695-3085
Email: amclodging@outdoors.org
Website: www.outdoors.org/mainelodges
Traditional Maine Sporting Camp on Roach River. Fishing for brook trout and landlocked salmon.

Little Lyford Lodge and Cabins

PO Box 310, Greenville, ME 04441
207-695-3085
Email: amclodging@outdoors.org
Website: www.outdoors.org/mainelodges
Traditional Maine Sporting Camp. Native brook trout fishing on West Branch of Pleasant River.

Rideout’s Lakeside Lodge

6 Waterfront Drive, Weston, ME 04424
1-800-594-5391 or 207-448-2440
Email: info@rideouts.com
Website: www.rideouts.com
Since 1947, Maine’s premier destination for smallmouth bass, landlocked salmon, brook trout and lake trout fishing on East Grand Lake.

Outfitters

New England Outdoor Center

P.O. Box 669 – 1221 Medway Road, Millinocket, ME 04462
1-800-766-7238 or 207-723-5438
Email: info@neoc.com
Website: www.neoc.com
For 24 years NEOC has been providing high-quality outdoor recreation for fishing, hunting, rafting, snowmobiling, moose tours, hiking and canoeing.

Two Rivers Canoe and Tackle

Route 157, W. Medway, ME 04460
207-746-8181
Email: bigcanoe@tworiverscanoe.com
Website: www.tworiverscanoe.com
Northern Maine’s headquarters for fishing and hunting. Cortland Pro Shop. 15,000 flies, 400 guns and 150 calibers of ammo.

Northwoods Outfitters

5 Lily Bay Road, Greenville, Maine 04441
1-866-223-1380
Email: info@maineoutfitter.com
Website: www.maineoutfitter.com
Fully stocked outfitting store and guide service. Rentals of canoes, kayaks and fishing gear. River, pond and lake fishing trips daily.

Campgrounds/Lodging

Maine Campground Owners Association

10 Falcon Road, Suite 1, Lewiston, ME 04240
207-782-5874
Email: info@campmaine.com
Website: www.campmaine.com
Official Maine camping guide and website for over 200 of Maine’s best private campgrounds. Listings in print or online and printable.

Allagash Gateway Campsite and Camps

P.O. Box 396, Milinocket, ME 04462
207-723-9215
Email: jreeves@kai.net
Website: www.allagashgateway.com
Located on Ripogenus Lake. Enjoy camping, housekeeping cabins, fishing, hunting, rafting nearby. Hiking. Canoes and kayaks for rent. Shuttle service available.

Chewonki’s Big Eddy Campground

8027 Golden Road. T3 R11, Greenville, ME 04441
207-350-1599
Email: info@bigeddy.org
Website: www.bigeddy.org
Wilderness campground located on the world famous Big Eddy landlocked salmon fishing pool.

Matagamon Wilderness

P.O. Box 220, Patten, ME 04765
207-446-4635
Email: matagamon@starband.net
Website: www.matagamonwilderness.com
Housekeeping cabins and campsites along the East Branch. Hunting, fishing. Canoes, kayaks, tackle and guides always available. Native trout and salmon.

Guide Services

Bub and Dug’s Guide Service

119 Cedar Street, Millinocket, ME 04462
207-723-4260 or 207-447-3474
Email: thedavis2bs@verizon.com
We specialize in fishing, photography, canoeing and kayaking on the waters made famous by Henry David Thoreau 150 years ago.

New England Outdoor Center

P.O. Box 669 – 1221 Medway Road, Millinocket, ME 04462
1-800-766-7238 or 207-723-5438
Email: info@neoc.com
Website: www.neoc.com
High quality guided small mouth bass and landlocked salmon fishing, hunting, moose and wildlife tours, canoe trips – day and overnight.

Libby Sporting Camps

P.O. Box 810, Ashland, ME 04732
207-435-8274 or 207-435-2462
Email: matt@libbycamps.com
Website: www.libbycamps.com
A traditional Maine sporting camp. Fishing for brook trout and landlocked salmon. Seaplane flyouts and guide service available. Orvis Endorsed.

Matagamon Wilderness

P.O. Box 220, Patten, ME 04765
207-446-4635
Email: matagamon@starband.net
Website: www.matagamonwilderness.com
Housekeeping cabins and campsites along the East Branch. Hunting, fishing. Canoes, kayaks, tackle and guides always available. Native trout and salmon.

Taxidermy

Fraser’s Trading Post Taxidermy Studio

P.O. Box 723, 15 Main St., Patten, ME 04765
207-528-2347 or 1-877-746-3938
Email: fraserstradingpost@msn.com
Website: www.Fraserstradingpost.com
Full service taxidermist with 15 years experience. We carry outdoor supplies and Maine-made products.

Fraser's Taxidermy

47 Western Avenue. East Millinocket, ME 04430
207-746-3938
Website: www.fraserstaxidermy.com

Dining

River Driver Restaurant - New England Outdoor Center

P.O. Box 669 – 1221 Medway Road, Millinocket, ME 04462
1-800-766-7238 or 207-723-5438
Email: info@neoc.com
Website: www.neoc.com
Fine dining in a casual atmosphere on the Penobscot River. Homemade breads and desserts, steaks, seafood, chicken, lamb & vegetarian options.

Outdoor Gear

Theriault Flies

1135 Station Road, Stacyville, ME 04777
207-365-4007
Email: ach@pwless.net
Website: www.theriaultflies.com
Fishing flies and fly tying material sold at our store, or get our free catalog.

Seaplanes

Katahdin Air

P.O. Box 171, Millinocket, Maine 04462
1-866-359-6246
Email: fly@katahdinair.com
Website: www.katahdinair.com
Seaplane service since 1946. Cabins, canoe trips, A.T.
drop-offs, sporting camp charters, remote fishing,
sightseeing.

Information

Katahdin Area Chamber of Commerce

1029 Central Street, Millinocket, Maine 04462
207-723-4443
Email: info@katahdinmaine.com
Website: www.katahdinmaine.com
Katahdin Area Chamber of Commerce is a leadership/
service organization that will enhance the development of business and commerce in the Katahdin Region.

North Maine Woods

P.O. Box 425, Ashland, ME 04365
207-435-6213
Email: info@northmainewoods.org
Website: www.northmainewoods.org
In the Northwestern part of Maine there is a vast, secluded working forest known as the North Maine Woods. Over 3 million acres of privately owned timberland is open to the public for recreational use with lots of fishing opportunities.