Fall is a time for wildlife to scurry in preparation for winter and vacationers to pack up and head home from camp … or is it? Rockwood is bustling with activity in the Autumn months when other areas are starting to button up for the coming winter. Hunting season peaks, fishing is productive, and the foliage is absolutely stunning during the latter part of the year.
Does Spring have you itching to spend some time on the open water? Well Moosehead Lake is wide open, the ice is out and we are open for business. Our 12 waterfront cabins are located in God’s Country up in Rockwood, where the paved roads end and the jeep and woods trails begin. A place where the you wake to the sound of the birds and emerge from your cabin with coffee in hand only to dangle a line off your dock in your slippers. A place where stars still shine brightly in the sky and the peep frogs play a harmonic melody. A place where you can climb a different mountain every day. A place where your likely to spot a local moose on your trip to the local eatery. Welcome to Rockwood! Welcome to Gray Ghost Camps!
Here at Gray Ghost Camps, we have something for everyone! Anglers will enjoy trolling the Moose River with streamer flies in May. Later spring at the Brassua Dam and the Outlets, anglers with dry flies will be most productive. Families will enjoy day hikes and lazy days spent on one of Moosehead Lake’s many private beaches. Mount Kineo State Park and Lily Bay State Park each provide a beautiful setting for a picnic or day trip as well.
Summer is an inviting time to visit the Moosehead region, as guests are greeted with a plethora of activities. A trip to Mt. Kineo State Park is a must. There, the hiker can catch his breath when he reaches the peak of the daunting mountain just to lose it again at the astounding panoramic views of the distant ranges. The pebble beach at the base offers a picture perfect setting for that picnic lunch, and the golfer can putt the afternoon away on the manicured course greens. A shuttle boat from Rockwood Village to Mt. Kineo runs hourly from Memorial Day thru Columbus Day.