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WINTER FUN

We have an annual Snowmobile International Festival, Poker Run which on February 4, 5, 6 2011.

Come and enjoy snowmobiling at its best on hundreds of miles of nationally renowned, excellent, groomed ITS trails. Try ice fishing right off the shore for trout or salmon, or try night fishing for smelts or cusk. Cross country ski trails abound and downhill skiing is available in Fort Kent and Edmundston, N.B, Canada. Ice skaters can test their blades in the arena at Madawaska.

January 25 & 26 2014 - Long Lake Ice Fishing Derby

SPRING

If spring fishing is your game, then there's no better fishing than at "Ice Out" on open water in mid May. The month of June is the time for Davis Spoon deep trolling or fly fishing. Start riding your ATV on excellent trails which opens on May 15.

June 14th & 15th, 2014 - Long Lake Spring Fishing Derby

SUMMER

You can enjoy privacy with quiet evenings, listening to the cry of the loons on summer nights. Long Lake means excellent swimming. Bring your power boat for a cruise around the lake or rent a watercraft. You won't have time to get bored.

Golfer's can enjoy the excellent 9-hole Country Club Golf Course on the lake or dine at several lakeside restaurants nearby. Family reunions, school reunions, weddings and other gatherings are easily accessible. Several festivals in the area provide great entertainment. June has the Jazz & Blues Festival in Edmundston, N.B., Canada, July, the Acadian Festival in Madawaska and August, "La Foire Brayonne" in Edmundston again. Our goal is to provide a clean, comfortable place to stay so that you come back year after year!

FALL

Come and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage. Have fun with the fall festival. Our valleys and hills are ablaze with the colors of the season, guaranteed each and every year. Fall is also potato-picking time, truly an Aroostook cultural event! Of course, come enjoy our ATV trails.

While our farmers are busy bringing in the crop, hunters will find plenty of partridge (ruffed grouse) in woodlots and surrounding fields. Moose and deer seasons are sure to bring hunters north for our bountiful herds. Registered Maine Guide service is available and resident and non-resident licenses are readily obtained.


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