Big Moose Inn, Cabins & Campground

Address: P.O. Box 98, Millinocket, Maine, 04462, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on P.O. Box 98, Millinocket, is near Mainely Photos Moose & Photo Tours, Katahdin Nordic Center, Serenity Salon & Day Spa, and Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Millinocket

      Baxter State Park

      A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Sep 08, 2014

      23 photos

      ... going. I think I'll stick to the flat, with lakes and waterfalls to discover.

      Once we reach Baxter, Brendan sets Chris and Anessa on their way, and then he sorts the rest of us out as we decide to stick together. Took him a few minutes, and a few loops of the car park to find our trail head, but hey-oh we're on our way just before 10am! The plan being to meet up with Brendan at another campground further into the Park around 3/330pm.

      It was a brilliant day, and ...

      Millinocket

      A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Sep 07, 2014

      4 photos

      ... sure it'll be there somewhere ;) We had dinner as a group in The Appalachian Cafe on Main Street, which is named after the 2160mile trail that runs from Georgia to Northern Maine. Apparently the folks that own the cafe walked the trail, and then set up business rather than leaving. I had the Spinach lasagna, for my vegetable fix, and it was tasty. Everyone said their mail was tasty actually... ...

      Majestic Mt. Katahdin!

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Aug 02, 2014

      42 photos

      ... me put my feet down on solid ground. Once that was completed it and I had stopped shaking, we were back in the treeline and on the 2.3 mile homestretch down. Our minds, legs and arms exhausted, we slipped and stumbled over every rock and root until we finally had to take a break to regain some sanity. We were walking zombies in the forest and were sure to break something if we didn't slow down. ... and then the rain came. Slow at first and then picking up speed, but ...

      Mount Katahdin

      A travel blog entry by georgestrick on Jul 22, 2013

      ... I get accused of over exaggerating, no climbing gear was necessary and the slopes were not anywhere near vertical, but they were a massive challenge and I was immensely proud of the campers who came along. Some of them even outdid Lucas (the other Counselor) and me! Like any hiking trip, there were a couple of obstacles to over come: for example, motivation. On Monday morning we were up at 5:30 and straight ...

      Baxter State Park, Maine

      A travel blog entry by lounik on Jul 01, 2013

      3 comments, 25 photos

      ... it's a reconnaissance trip to check out a rustic campground located on the west branch of the Penobscot, which amongst other things claims a spectacular view of Mt Katahdin - the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail and the highest mountain in Maine at 5,268 ft


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