• Fly fish, cast, or troll for landlocked salmon, lake trout, brook and nearby small mouth bass.
  • Photograph moose, deer, and a variety of other wildlife.
  • Hike, mountain bike, and site-see.
  • Go swimming, boating, water skiing, canoeing, and whitewater rafting.
  • Take a wildlife cruise by boat or seaplane.
  • Explore shops offering everything from unique local crafts, to antiques and fine collectibles.
  • Dine in restaurants noted for their history and generous helpings, or elegant settings and fine cuisine. Or , toast marshmallows over an open fire while being serenaded by peep frogs, crickets and loons.


Check our Hunting pages or call or write for a free brochure on our guided hunts for moose, deer, grouse and woodcock.


  • Snowmobile hundreds of miles of groomed trails, including ITS 86 from your front door.
  • Ice fish from your cabin.
  • Ski Squaw Mountain, or tour miles of groomed cross-country trails.
  • Snowshoe to otherwise inaccessible areas and enjoy the solitude.