Greenville, tucked at the southern end of island-dotted, mostly forest-lined Moosehead Lake, is an outdoors-lover's paradise. Boating, fishing, and hiking are popular in summer, while snowmobiling and ice fishing reign in winter. The town also has the greatest selection of shops, restaurants, and inns in the North Woods region. Restaurants and lodgings are also clustered 20 miles north in Rockwood, where the Moose River flows through the village and—across from Mt. Kineo’s majestic cliffs—into the lake.
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