Southern Piscataquis Region
Southern Piscataquis Region

Some love the wide open spaces of the outdoors; they prefer nature over crowds, and hiking in search of waterfalls over driving through traffic. Others enjoy shopping for unique Maine-made products, or trying a new restaurant before seeing a live theatrical performance. You can do all of that here!

The beautiful, rural Piscataquis region offers a myriad of landscapes and activities. Find beautiful rivers and ponds, as well as majestic lakes that beckon fishermen, paddlers, and swimmers throughout the summer, then freeze over for ice fishers, snowmobilers, and ice skaters in the winter.
With most of the region deeply forested, habitat for animals of all sizes is plentiful. Hunters are likely to spot moose, deer, grouse, wild turkey, or a Maine black bear! ATV trails are buzzing with activity and snowmobile trails may get more traffic in winter than our roads. Cross country skiing is popular in the winter, and, in warmer months, people come here to hike, bike, and camp. Up to 100 waterfalls have been discovered by hikers in the Southern Piscataquis region alone!

County-wide community events keep us all connected and provide opportunities to celebrate, including the Maine Whoopie Pie Festival in downtown Dover-Foxcroft. A local food movement continues, with great local restaurants throughout the county, from casual cuisine to fine dining. Find talented musicians, artists, and actors, often showcased at Dover-Foxcroft’s Center Theater and at open mic/live music venues throughout the county.

Whether you visit for a day or stay for a season, we guarantee you’ll never want to leave.


Events
11/25/2017
Deck the Halls is the official kickoff to the Holiday Season in the Moosehead Lake Region.
11/25/2017
04/01/2017
Get your calendar out and plan a fishing trip in Maine this coming spring and summer! Twin Maple…
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