Guests at Greenland Cove Cabins can enjoy many activities right here at our complex. Bring your boat (or rent one of ours), go out onto East Grand Lake to fish for landlock salmon, togue and small mouth bass or just go for a cruise and explore the many coves on the international waters of the lake. Hike the trails in our area or use our complimentary kayaks and canoe out on the lake or swim from our sandy beach. If it is relaxation you are looking for, each cabin has a deck or screened in porch to sit on or relax on the beach and bask in the early morning sun right through the last rays of the day.
Scenic Drives & Sights
Year around photography allow you to see the area up close. Be prepared for wildlife encounters such as moose and eagles. Take a ride up the scenic byway on route 1 and stop at the Million Dollar View scenic turnout. For those that are a little more adventurous, drive or hike up to the fire tower on Peek-a-boo mountain and see the spectacular 360* views of the many lakes in our area and Mt. Katahdin. Take a drive over to Canada or a canoe trip down the St. Croix River.
When winter approaches, activities still abound. Ice fishing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing and snowmobiling are just a few of the pursuits awaiting you right out your door at Greenland Cove Cabins. Or you can gather your gear and head out to Big Rock Mountain in Mars Hill for a day of downhill skiing or snowboarding.
Arts, Culture and Events
The nearby historic town of Houlton has many events through the summer or you can visit the many stores ranging from antiques, art galleries, crafts, clothing and specialty shops or its local eateries. Every July, Grand Lake Stream has theirFolk Art Festival with many artisans displaying and selling their wares and great folk music playing.