What to Do
Located at the Bellmard Inn, this museum documents the historical past of Princeton. You’ll find displays of sporting camp equipment, kitchen items, photographs, and much more. Open seasonally from May to October.
Where: 86 Main St., Princeton, ME
DLLT contributes to the long-term economic and environmental well-being of the Downeast Lakes region through the conservation and exemplary management of its forests and waters. Through their management of wildlife, forests, and recreation, visitors can enjoy the many hiking trails, great salmon and trout fishing, canoeing, wildlife viewing, and much more on the community fores! They also offer educational and historical programs for both children and adults throughout the year.
Where: 4 Water St., Grand Lake Stream, MEPhone: 207-796-2100
The country club offers a 9 hole golf course open to the public. Members gain access to the Divots Lounge and Grill, a full bar, and much more!Where: 48 River Rd., Calais, MEPhone: 207-454-8875