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Great Moose Lake in Hartland, Maine: A Destination for Sportsmen and Recreational Travelers

Spectacular sunset over Great Moose Lake

Despite its size at 3,584 acres, Great Moose Lake in Hartland, Harmony, Athens and St. Albans, Maine, is very quiet. If you are looking for lakefront real estate here, you’ll discover everything from small cabins and camps to upscale homes.

Lakefront Properties For Sale on Great Moose Pond

View Vacation Rentals on Great Moose Lake

Since the 1800s, Great Moose Lake has been a destination for sportsmen and recreational travelers. With a maximum depth of 50 feet and a mean depth of 18 feet, the lake offers diverse high quality fisheries for both cold and warm water species including brook trout, brown trout, cusk, landlocked salmon, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, chain pickerel and white perch. The state maintains a boat launch on Great Moose Drive in Hartland.

Whether you swim, fish, boat, snowmobile, cross-country ski, there’s plenty to do on the lake. For those who love to view wildlife, Great Moose Lake provides some of the best habitat statewide for the black tern and regionally for the bald eagle.

Hartland is home to the Irving Tanning Company, a worldwide producer of fine leathers for shoes, clothing and furnishings. Their state-of-the-art equipment has reduced production times and eliminated the less desirable elements of the tanning industry.

In Harmony, you’ll find Barlettyarns, which has been “spinning fine, pure wool yarns in our historic mill in the village” since 1821.

Athens is home to the Maine Woods Pellet Company, whose “pellets are made with 100% wood – no additives.”

MooseKat Guide Service in St. Albans will take you out on the lake for some “terrific bass fishing . . . and some fast and furious fishing for perch and crappie as well for those out for a good meal or to keep the kids busy.”

So . . . you can sit in an Adirondack