Seboomook Wilderness Campground is located right on the shores of Moosehead Lake – where fishing enthusiasts regularly make the trek to pull brag-worthy brook trout, salmon, and lake trout from its depths. Launch your boat at our marina and spend the day on the lake, or stand on the dock and cast in the early morning with the kids. Either way, you are likely to get something on the end of your hook. If you want alternatives to lake fishing, the world-class brook trout and salmon waters of the famed West Branch of Penobscot are within a 10-minute drive from the campground. In addition, there are countless smaller lakes and ponds in the same area that are considered trophy brook trout waters.
In the fall hunting opportunities abound in the region surrounding Seboomook Wilderness Campground. Although hunting is not allowed on the campground property, thousands of publicly and privately owned acres next to SWC are open to hunting. Seboomook Wilderness Campground makes an excellent location to base your Moose hunt, in WMD Zones 8 4 and 9 . Whether you are a bear hunter, a bird hunter, deer hunter, or one of the lucky moose hunters, come back at the end of the day and relax at our comfortable and affordable cabins an campsites, with spectacular views and a wilderness experience that is true Maine.
Hunting Seasons & Info
- Bear hunting starts in the fall
- Baiting is allowed on the public lands near Seboomook Wilderness Campground. (Contact the Public lands office in Farmington for additional info).
- Moose hunting is available by permit only in all three WMDs.
- October is the month for bird hunting. Grouse is the king in the north country. Whether you prefer to cruise the woods roads or follow man’s best friend through the thickets, you will find your time is well spent in the hills and valleys surrounding Seboomook Wilderness Campground, with its offerings of excellent hunting of waterfowl, woodock and grouse.
- November brings firearms season for deer to the north country and the big bucks of Seboomook are legendary. Year after year some of the largest White tailed deer in the State of Maine are taken from the forests surrounding Seboomook Wilderness Campground. The deer herd is rebuilding from the harsh winters of past years and it is not uncommon to see deer while travelling to and from Seboomook Wilderness Campground.