Big Moose Lake

How to Get There

From the intersection of Route 28 and Big Moose Road in Inlet follow Big Moose Road. Continue to Higby Road on the right and follow here to the car-top boating access.

Overview

From Big Moose you have plenty of options for hiking as well. You can access a short trail to Russia Lake from East Bay, the Sisters Lake from a bay a bit further north as well as a hiking trail to Gull Lakes. Lean-tos at all these locations will add to your camping opportunities in Big Moose. Be sure to paddle the bays and narrows of the lake for some of the most scenic vistas in the area. Loons frequent this lake as well a king fishers cruising the shores in search of food.

Type of Water

This is a large lake where the conditions can get very rough in ill weather, but generally it is calm and a pleasant paddle.

Location
Inlet, ,

How to Get There

From the intersection of Route 28 and Big Moose Road in Inlet follow Big Moose Road. Continue to Higby Road on the right and follow here to the car-top boating access.

Overview

From Big Moose you have plenty of options for hiking as well. You can access a short trail to Russia Lake from East Bay, the Sisters Lake from a bay a bit further north as well as a hiking trail to Gull Lakes. Lean-tos at all these locations will add to your camping opportunities in Big Moose. Be sure to paddle the bays and narrows of the lake for some of the most scenic vistas in the area. Loons frequent this lake as well a king fishers cruising the shores in search of food.

Type of Water

This is a large lake where the conditions can get very rough in ill weather, but generally it is calm and a pleasant paddle.

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