- Our list of the best things to do in Rockwood, Maine, features the top 22 nearby activities — including 16 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Rockwood, ME has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Museums & Galleries, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Rockwood, ME , followed by 16 popular activities in nearby cities, including Greenville and West Forks
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99% 78 votes
A 700-foot cliff towering up from Moosehead Lake is the imposing Mount Kineo. It is offers a lakefront, hiking trails and a campsite for visitor's enjoyment. Aside from that there are peregrine falcons and diverse plants in the area.
93% 29 votes
Elephant Mountain is a scenic mountain hiking area with trails for visitors. One remarkable feature is the site where a B-52 bomber crashed in 1963, which has now been made a memorial.
88% 26 votes
A four mile long gorge, Gulf Hagas is spectacular to behold with its imposing and towering walls rising to 400 feet high creating numerous waterfalls. There are also hiking trails in the area that provides hikers with a view of the canyon rim, falls and the geology of the area.
100% 14 votes
Borestone Mountain offers hiking trails and climbing as well as scenic wilderness views. The climb can be somewhat challenging, and is suitable for those seeking more than a casual stroll.
100% 1 votes
832 Spinney Road, Rockwood, ME 4478 MoreLess Info
Tomhegan Wilderness Camps features private cabin rentals and a lakeside lodge in a remote area where people truly experience the outdoors. Popular activities while there include watching wildlife, hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing, whitewater rafting, kayaking and fishing.
- 0 votes
Kineo Docks, Rockwood's Public Landing, Rockwood, ME 4478 MoreLess Info
Gray Ghost Camps Sailing Charters offers private two and half hour charters on the glassy waters of Moosehead Lake. The company takes guests aboard a 27' Catalina fixed keel and also offers private paddleboard lessons.
99% 180 votes
The largest mountain lake within the eastern part of the country, Moosehead Lake offers a wide range of outdoor recreation opportunities such as fishing, canoeing, hiking, swimming and more.
90% 124 votes
Lily Bay State Park has many points of interest within its premises including the Moosehead Lake which is the largest lake in New England, as well as a number of moutnains, ponds, trails, waterfront campsites and more.
95% 22 votes
Home to wild birds such as loons, bald eagles, and osprey, Prong Pond offers gentle waters for kayaking and canoeing. It also offers bass fishing and scenic views of the surrounding wilderness.
86% 7 votes
Rockwood Road, Greenville, ME MoreLess Info
Fishin' 4 Fun is a tour guide service that provides fishing charters on Moosehead Lake. Types of fish that can be caught on the lake include BrookTrout, Lake Trout, and Landlocked Salmon