Dogsledding

Dogsledding Outfitters

New England Dogsledding
Steve and Leo
591 Kings Highway, Mason Township
207-731-6888

Nahmakanta Lake Camps
Don & Angel Hibbs, Registered Master Maine Guides
PO Box 544, Millinocket
207-731-8888

Lugdon Lodge
Family owned & operated
Ed & Marion Lugdon
Shannon, Nickolaus, Dustin and Courtney
1695 Sly Brook Road, Eagle Lake
207-444-4557

Mornington Crescent Sled Dogs
Caroline Blair-Smith & Andy Bartleet, Registered Maine Guides
103 Patte Brook Road, Albany Township
207-824-7292

Heywood Kennel Sled Dog Adventures
Lindy Howe
25 Church Hill Road, Augusta
207-629-9260

Lone Wolf Guiding Services
Mark Patterson, Master Maine Guide & Ashley Patterson, Registered Maine Guide
34 North Road, Shirley
207-343-0486

Mahoosuc Guide Service
Kevin Slater & Polly Mahoney, Master Maine Guides
1513 Bear River Road, Newry
207-824-2073

Song in the Woods
Stephen Madera, Registered Maine Guide
PO Box 127, Abbot
207-876-4736

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