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Each of the four seasons at Claybrook Mountain Lodge has its own special flavor.  This beautiful section of Maine and our facility are perfectly suited to getting a little group together and letting us take care of you! Enjoy a rocking chair on the porch...or...cast a fly on the river and have trout for supper.

The possibilities are endless! The summer months bring picnics on Flagstaff Lake white sand beaches.  Find some friends, take a packed lunch, a canoe and a swimsuit, and enjoy the day. 

There are all sorts of things to keep you as busy (or relaxed) as you want.  Check our Calendar for scheduled events or contact us for additional suggestions.

We offer a variety of educational activities in partnership with the Maine Audubon Society and Appalachian Mountain Club trips. 

Here, Greg is calling a moose during one of our annual Audubon Moose Rut Weekends.

After this event, even the skeptics believed!

(For a sample Appalachian Mountain Club trip, see Greg's AMC Trip Report.)  Even on your own, Claybrook Mountain Lodge is a great place for birding.


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For hunting and fishing, we provide guiding services with some of Maine's best registered guides.  Note: Additional charges apply. Requests for guide services are best made when reserving accommodations.
Fishing is unlimited at the Claybrook Mountain Lodge.  We are experts in fly-casting and are willing to teach those who want to learn.  (And there's an endless supply of worms, too!)
Try a bike ride over to Sandy Stream or hike Bigelow Mountain or Bald Mountain in our front yard--these are some great ways to spend the day.  Or maybe you're ready for a lazy day at our special swimming hole in the river, or a canoe ride down Dead River.  At every turn: beautiful memories!
Birders will appreciate the fact that Claybrook Mountain Lodge is in a prime migratory path for literally dozens of species.  No matter what the season, there's always something to please!

In the winter our hand-groomed cross-country ski trails stretch for 22 miles, starting right from the door.  We jokingly say we're in the snow-belt, and we are!  We usually have good snow cover when many other areas don't.

Our trails are groomed (not tracked) and wind through country that abounds with wildlife.  It's not unusual to see deer, moose, and a variety of birds while on the trail.

We have available for our guests:
bullet Old Town Discovery canoes
bullet Grandlake canoes/outboards
bullet Life vests, paddles
bullet A few mountain bikes
bullet Sleds
bullet Snowshoes
bullet Ice skates
bullet Volleyball
bullet Horseshoes
bullet Croquet

NOTE: Additional rental charges apply to canoes and outboards.
Requests for guides or equipment are best made when reserving rooms.

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