8 inches of new snow in last 24 hours. Cold weather setting up trails nicely. 20 to 25 inches on all trails.
The lake is frozen but not yet marked SAFE.
The dining room is open this week Thursday 4 to 8, Friday Sat 8 am to 9 pm and Sunday 8 am to 8 pm. Starting next week dining is opened Feb 1, 4 to 8 pm, Feb 2, 12 to 8 pm, Feb 3 and 4, 8 am to 9 pm, Feb 5, 8 am to 8 pm. Closed Monday Feb 6, Tuesday Feb 7 and Wed the 8th, 12 to 8 pm, Feb 9, 8 am to 8 pm, Feb 10, 11, 8 am to 9 pm.Feb 12, 8 am to 8 pm.
Office hours. 9 am to 4 pm daily, later on weekends.
38 miles of XC Ski Trails are open.
Think Winter. reserve your late model snowmobile soon to avoid disappointment.
Our lodging is pet friendly and far away from busy roads. We have many miles of trails for hiking and biking with your family and furry family members.
Call or email our reservation specialists to plan your Maine Adventure this winter, spring/summer! We have many different types of boat rentals available. See summer activities, equipment page. Plan your snowmobile adventure now. We have a fleet of late model snowmobiles you can rent. https://www.birches.com/summer/boat-rentals/
Call 207-534-7588 or email ,firstname.lastname@example.org
All of our lodging and dining options are directly on the shore of Moosehead Lake, Maine’s largest!
Ski Flying video below was shot at The Birches the last week in February 2020
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Scenic Ski Plane Rides
https://www.birches.com/summer/tours/sea-plane-rides/ Visit our Facebook page for updates
Accommodations are usually Open 365 Days A Year
A letter from the owner:
The Birches Resort was built in the 1930’s as a hunting and fishing lodge. We’re located on Moosehead Lake in Rockwood, Maine, on a privately owned, 11,000 acre nature preserve. We’re in the heart of Maine’s Great North Woods, the last remaining wilderness in New England. My family has owned and operated The Birches Resort for over 40 years. In the summer try canoeing, kayaking, hiking and mountain biking. In the winter take to the trails on cross country skis or snow shoes, or explore the area by snowmobile. Search for wildlife on a moose cruise or wilderness safari. Like to fish? Fly fishing and ice fishing are our specialty. Take a dip in the lake, work out in our fitness center, or just kick back and gaze at the beautiful scenery. All activities originate from the resort; once here, you won’t need your car. Accommodations vary from cabins on the lake, lodge rooms to large rental homes. Try us for breakfast, lunch or dinner in our dining room overlooking the lake. I hope you’ll visit us and explore our special part of the world. John Willard Owner & Licensed Maine Master Guide Commercial Floatplane pilot