Greenland Point Center Updated:07/2018

The Greenland Point Center is open year-round and provides opportunities for environmental and outdoor education. Situated on a 64-acre peninsula which extends into Long Lake, the peninsula is covered with a mature forest rich with wildlife. Songbirds, chickadees and pileated woodpeckers frequent the cabin circle throughout the day, and calls of the loon fill the night. Adult fox and their kits entertain guests, and moose and deer are often spotted during walks along our trails.

Greenland Point Center offers several trails that trace the peninsula for great cross-country skiiing or snowshoeing in the winter. Ice skating or fishing can be enjoyed on the waterfront. In the summer, there is an experience for everyone. The Francis Montville Aquatics area provides for boating, swimming and fishing activities. Several miles of hiking trails connect the property, providing hours of natural forest experience and allowing access to our wilderness campsites. There are two outdoor sports areas for archery, volleyball, softball, or other group sports. Perhaps you may simply wish to relax and read or sunbathe. We tailor activities around your needs.

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Contact Greenland Point Center

PO Box 333
Princeton, ME  04668
Phone: 207-796-5186
Fax: 207-796-2101

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