Millinocket Lake Lake Getaways

lake getaways

If you're looking to Maine for your next vacation, be it summer or winter, seriously consider Millinocket Lake vacation home rentals. You can spend your days fishing for landlocked salmon, white perch and pickerel on this calm lake. No need to worry about others rocking your boat, because on a "really busy" day you're likely to see 5 other anglers. If you're looking for the ultimate in seclusion, you can head over to one of the nearby trout ponds and cast a line. While on the lake, be sure to take advantage of the amazing views of the surrounding wilderness and astounding Mount Katahdin, just 9 miles away. The mile-high mountain is located in Baxter State Park and is the highest point in Maine. Bold hikers will be rewarded with amazing views of the wilderness. At night, see the breathtaking northern lights.

If you make the trip to Maine by car, make sure to coast through The Old Canada Road Scenic Byway along Route 201. It's truly one of the most scenic drives in North America, with views of Wyman Lake, the Dead River, the Kennebec River, hills, expansive forests and even waterfalls! During fall, the foliage turns vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow, and from up high, the landscape resembles a wonderful rainbow of trees and other plants. Finally, depending on the time of year you decide to visit Millinocket Lake, you may be lucky enough to join in on one of the many local festivals. These include The Wooden Canoe Festival and the End of the Trail Festival, as well as numerous art, lobster, and Maine blueberry festivals. Check out our listings of Millinocket Lake vacation home rentals to find the one that's perfect for you!