Worster's Wild Fox Cabin's is the ideal location to spend an afternoon lazing on your porch or cooling off in the lake. But for the more adventurous, we have the following available:

Hiking: Few places in the country rival New England's breathtaking scenery, plentiful fauna and dramatic seasonal foliage. To help you appreciate the picturesque landscape, we have hiking and nature trails throughout our 155 acres. Try your hand at wildlife photography--it's not uncommon to catch a glimpse of a moose or two. The area is also home to bear, deer, pine marten, beaver, otter and other mammals. Bird enthusiasts have cause to rejoice--this region supports over 185 bird spices, including 23 kinds of warbler, loons, American black ducks, Canada geese and wood ducks.

Canoeing and Kayaking: Enjoy the gorgeous Maine scenery from the water. Rent a fishing boat,canoe or kayak and cruise the vase waterways and well-maintained routes available to you. Be sure to pack a lunch--the surrounding waters are dotted with islands you'll want to explorer, many of which offer picnic facilities and campsites. Boat camping--traveling by canoe or kayak from campsites to campsites throughout the lake system--is a popular activity. You can retrace some of the Historic Native American canoe routes maintained by State of Maine, where you're sure to spy a wide range of birds and wildlife--- perhaps some osprey or even a bald eagle.

Fishing: The lakes of Worster's Wild Fox Cabin's are every angler's dream. Our waters are teeming with landlocked salmon, smallmouth bass, whitefish, trout, pickerel, cusk and other species. Catch dinner in front of your cabin, or head out on the water for an extended excursion.

Hunting: Worster's Wild Fox Cabin's is situated among the most fertile hunting grounds of the Northeast. Our grounds offer deer, bear, moose, coyote and small game such as rabbit and grouse. You may also choose to leave our property and hunt the adjacent 300,000 acres of conservation land, where you'll have access to hundreds of miles of gravel roads.

Winter Sports: The fun doesn't end when the temperature drops. Ice fishing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snow-shoeing will all keep you warm during your winter getaway. Fish for landlocked salmon, whitefish, white perch and other species. Ride your snowmobile along the 133 miles of trails groomed by the local snowmobile club, or connect from there to the Maine Interconnected Trail System (ITS).

ATV Trails: There are many local ATV trails to explore.