Grant's Kennebago Camps Family Activities
Canoe Wildlife Adventure Trips/Moose Run
After a hearty breakfast you’ll be transported to the Upper Kennebago River. where you’ll canoe our famous “Moose Run”. You can paddle back to camp for lunch or we will be happy to pack a picnic for you. Bring your camera! Our six new, stable, family size (four 16 -footers and two 18 – footers) ABS canoes are ideal for moose watching and leisurely river and lake exploring.
Hiking & Biking
We provide the trails; you provide the get up and go! We maintain 5 miles of trails along the river for both hikers and fishermen. There are other hikes such as West Mt. or the Loop around Flat Iron and John’s Pond. Mountain Biking has fast become one of the favorite summer activities here at Grant’s. We can help you plan a one mile tour within our gate or up to a 62 mile route around the region.
Swimming is right off the dock in front of your camp, take a boat ride across the lake to picnic and swim at sandy Norton Brook Beach or boat/drive/ walk to the mouth of the lake and swim on the sandy causeway beach
Sailboating, canoes and kayaks
Sailboating, canoes and kayaks are for those who want to get real close to the water! Give it a try! If you have not tried these now is your chance to get a different view of the lake. With miles of water and no high speed power boats to contend with, it makes for an exciting afternoon in the sun. The sailboat, canoes and kayaks are FREE for our guests from July 1st through September 14th.
Take a Historical Lake Tour
Enjoy a boat ride around the perimeter of Kennebago Lake with a self guided map of historical special events, people and land marks to learn more about the uniqueness of the lake.
Wildlife is abundant in this unspoiled wilderness. Moose, deer, loon, ducks and blue heron are common sights along the river. There are spectacular sunrises and sunsets over the lake, and the best shots of all…your family and new-found friends – all Kennebago memories that will be treasured for years to come.
Flyout service for a scenic ride through the mountains or for a day of fishing with a picnic to Rapid River, Sabboth Day pond and C Pond transportation by Acadian Seaplane. Catch a flight right from a dock at Grant’s and be back in time for dinner. Make reservations before arrival.
- Aziscohos Dam and the Magalloway River
- Height of the Land Overlook
- Rangeley Overlook
- Smalls Falls
- Angel Falls
- Rangeley Friends of the Arts
- The Gallery at Stony Batter Station, Rt. 4, Oquossoc. Original paintings and prints of the Kennebago and Rangeley region.
Rangeley Lakes Region
Just a short drive into Rangeley, you will find a very active lake community that offers many and varied activities all summer long such as:
- The Logging Festival
- Old Time Fiddler’s Contest
- Sidewalk Art Show
- Blueberry Festival
- Shriner’s Parade
- Garden Tours and much more.
Explore the many gift and antique shops in the area!