Marshall Hotel and Cabins

Address: Route 201 N, West Forks, Maine, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route 201 N, West Forks.
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Travel Blogs from West Forks

3 days at moose head lake

A travel blog entry by lilpete on Sep 14, 2015

... headed into Greenville for some shopping and some lunch. When we were at lunch we spotted a chipmunk it was cute. When we got back to the lake mum decided to get an up close look at it and slipped over. The next day we woke up early so we could pack the cars and make our way back to camp but not without stopping for the best bqq cheese burgers ever it was called Spring creek barbecue cook house. It was a nice quite night at camp before we headed out tomorrow for ...

Moving onto Moosehead Lake

A travel blog entry by kateandrich on Jun 22, 2015

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... Jackman. The fun thing about travelling with a bub is that when they need to stop, you need to stop...and well Jackman was where she needed to stop!!! I wouldn't put it on your must sees but if you happen across it and need to stop-the pancakes at the only cafe in town are fab.


Adventures above the Ground

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Sep 27, 2014

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It often takes seeing the big picture to understand the beauty in small things. That is what we discovered this morning as we boarded Jack's Air Service in Greenville, Maine to see the colors of fall. Caroline, Thomas, Mark and I made plans to take a seaplane ride to view the changing of the leaves, which happened to be peaking this particular weekend. For 30 minutes we traveled around Moosehead Lake in a single prop Cessna ...

Moosehead Lake

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Sep 23, 2014

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... with no supervision, graffiti. I walked around the somber area for 20 minutes or so, imagining what had happened just moments before the crash and how the two survivors managed to stay alive over night in negative 30 degree weather and live to tell the tale. I started to get cold (I didn't dress for hiking in 45 degree weather) and felt like a wuss because I know the men who stood in the very place I was standing were in a much worse predicament than I was, yet I could simply walk to ...

Back,back,back in the USA

A travel blog entry by danbren on Oct 03, 2013

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Maine it is. Lots of Moose Xing signs, but so far the only moose we see hangs on the front of our truck, a little brass one. the folks in our CG said they saw one (real) recently while hunting for partridges, so we will be vigilant. Today we traveled onto Greenville, the hub for the Moosehead Lake area. A surprisingly large town for such a remote area. We took a nice one hour ride on the refurbished lake steamer, the Kathadin. Unfortunately, the tour lasted three ...