Spring, Summer and Fall Activities
Enjoy kayaking and canoeing in Maine on Bear River, or enjoy a relaxing stroll along a wooded trail on the River’s edge. Burn off breakfast with a rigorous hike up Bear Mountain, or take a nap in our hammock to enjoy the tranquility of nature around you. Paddle lazily on Bear Lake or visit many of Maine’s nearby attractions. Relax and recharge at Bear Mountain Inn on Bear Lake.
We offer canoes and kayaks, outdoor picnic and barbecue areas, shady hammocks, private boat ramp and sandy beach…and views, lots and lots of Maine lake and mountain views.
Lakefront lodging in Maine at Bear Mountain Inn includes:
- Private Boat Ramp
- Sandy Beach
- 180 acres, depth up to 78′
- Salmon, Trout, Small Mouth Bass, Large Mouth Bass, Pickerel, Perch…
- Spring fed, river exit, feeds into long lake
- Good loon and bird population
- 60-70 degree median temperature
Bear Lake History
Native American Indian lore tells the story of how Bear Lake got its name in the late 1700’s. During the early spring a mother bear and her cub were crossing the frozen lake and the mother fell through the thawing ice, drowning and leaving behind her young cub, which survived. In the summer, the mother bear’s body was recovered and the lake was given its name out of respect for the bear’s spirit.