Wildlife Lodge



Come explore and enjoy the outdoors along the Moosehead Trail & 100 mile Wilderness area.

Wildlife Lodge  provides you with comfortable Lodging and friendly atmosphere.





Appalachian trail 

We are only a couple of miles from the Appalachian Trail and some of the trail heads. 
One is the 100 Mile Wilderness Trail, Monson to Mt Katadin.


Borestone Mountain
( Elliottsville Twp Maine )

Distance 4 Miles round trip
Time  3-4 hours
Elevation 1947 feet
Difficulty  Challenging


Little Wilson Falls
( Big Wilson Stream Elliottsville Twp Maine )

Distance 3 Miles
Time 2-3 Hours
Difficulty  Easy


Barren Mountain
( Elliottsville Twp Maine )

Distance 8 Miles round trip & 1 1/4 further to Cloud Pond
Time 6 Hours round trip
Difficulty  Challenging


Tobby Falls
( Big Wilson Stream  Willimantic Maine )

Tobey Falls is classified as a slide waterfall, in high-water months it is a massive cassade falling over a smooth 45 degree-angled slate rock. Big Wilson Stream is normally a 30-50 foot wide river, but at the waterfall the stream condenses to a fraction of that, about 8 feet under normal conditions. A stream being condensed to such a degree ensures a waterfall with torrents of white water.
Tobey Falls is another waterfall that is much more impressive than its size would indicate. 


Earley Landing Falls  (Salmon Hole )
( Big Wilson Stream  Willimantic Maine )

Earley Landing Falls  is on Big Wilson Stream and has been classified as a scenic waterfall in DeLorme's Atlas and Gazetteer. 


B-52 Memorial Site 
( Elephant Mountain  Greenville Maine )

Distance 1/2 Mile
Time 45 Minutes
Difficulty  Easy

This is a somber Memorial to the crash of a B-52 Bomber during  training maneuvers in January 1963. All but two crewmembers perished, and  thoes  two spent a cold night in a blizzard on this remote mountain before being discovered. The people of Greenville have preserved the site and the wreckage in honor of the men aboard this flight. Each year in January, a group snowmobile ride is held to the site , and a memorial service takes place.  












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Our site www.WildlifeLodge.com  or www.MooseheadTrailGifts.com  has a lot of information and links for the outdoor enthusiast.

Wildlife Lodge  is located on the  way to Onawa Lake, Onawa Trestle, the center of Maine marker and the Burke Memorial Chapel  ( Onawa Chapel ) in Elliottsville, Maine.

Elliottsville Twp  is just off the Moosehead Trail between Guilford and Moosehead Lake in Greenville ME. The three main roads  in Elliottsville is the Elliottsville Rd, Onawa Rd and Bodfish Valley Road which is the new name for formally Drew Valley Rd and Mountain Rd.

Wildlife Lodge is in Elliottsville Twp Maine and is located  along the 100 mile wilderness in the foothills of Borestone Mountain and just above Big Wilson Stream and the Appalachian Trail.

The Moosehead Trail, Moosehead Lake, 100 Mile Wilderness  and Elliottsville  area of Maine is a paradise for people who love nature and the outdoors. It is a haven for Hunting, Fishing, Snowmobiling, Cross Country Skiing, Hiking, ATV riding, GPS, Geocaching, Canoeing, Kayaking and the Appalachian Trail AMC or just come and relax and enjoy all the Wildlife. ( Moose and Deer )


Wildlife Lodge  is surrounded by many unique towns; Monson, Greenville, Willimantic, Abbot, Abbot Village, Shirley, Blanchard, Guilford and Dover-Foxcroft. Many host town celebrations, craft fairs, Moosehead fly-in and other activities through out the year.  Each town has many lakes, streams and waterfalls for your enjoyment, Moosehead Lake, Onawa Lake, Little Greenwood Pond, Big Greenwood Pond, Monson Pond, Lake Hebron, Sebec Lake, Grindstone Pond, Spectacle Pond, Little Wilson Falls, Tobey Falls, Earley Falls ( Salmon Hole ) Big Wilson Stream and the Piscataquis River.

Fiddleheads, We are the original founders that established a site to bring people together who are interested in either picking or eating Fiddleheads. Our Mission was to have a place where people can ask questions, share information and ideas about Fiddleheads. We have three pages on Facebook, Wildlife Lodge ,http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wildlife-Lodge/235266511107?ref=stream  Moosehead Gifts  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Moosehead-Trail-Gifts/268142945198 and  FIDDLEHEADS ( A WILD DELICACY OF MAINE AND THE NORTHEAST ) http://www.facebook.com/pages/FIDDLEHEADS-A-WILD-DELICACY-OF-MAINE-AND-THE-NORTHEAST-/103371506363215    " EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO JOIN OUR PAGES OR B-FRIEND US "