Appalachian Trail goes by Big Wilson Stream and Little Wilson Falls, both are in the foothills of Borestone Mountain. Be sure to stop and see the beauty of Little Wilson Falls which is the largest along the whole Appalachian trail. Big Wilson Stream is a good spot to relax and rest before you proceed to Barren Mountain.
Big Wilson Stream at the bridge on the Elliottsville Road
Part of Little Wilson Falls
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 )
"EVERYONE IS FAMILY AT WILDLIFE LODGE"
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 "