Prime upland hunting with lakeside accommodations and spectacular fall colors.
Sitting on the shore of Maine’s pristine West Grand Lake, this North Woods wingshooting destination has it all: peaceful water views, stunning displays of autumn foliage and abundant woodcock and ruffed grouse populations. We asked Leen’s Lodge Owner Scott Weeks to tell us more about the wingshooting getaway and its guided hunts.
1. Leen’s Lodge has been family owned and operated since 1958.
2. Woodcock are the most frequently harvested birds.
3. Leen’s welcomes hunting parties ranging from 1 to 10.
3. The most requested menu item is prime rib.
Did You Know?
Hunting at Leen’s Lodge is an unforgettable, totally authentic Maine “big woods” experience. The lodge draws from a pool of 36 Registered Maine Guides who, with their bird dogs, accompany hunters onto thousands of acres of remote grouse and woodcock habitat.
Leen’s facilities are located on 22 acres of scenic shoreline and woodlands. The compound includes a main lodge with a great room, dining area, fireplace, outdoor decks and high-speed Internet as well as 10 clean, comfortable lakeside cabins—each outfitted with a private bath and woodstove.
The biggest non-shooting use of the lodge is freshwater fishing. With the help of expert Registered Maine Guides, friends and family can enjoy world-class fishing for landlocked salmon, lake trout and smallmouth bass.
The property was a fishing camp known as Williams Pine Lodge from 1921 until 1958, when new owners repurposed, refreshed and renamed the sporting camp Leen’s Lodge.
What Do Guests Say?
“We really enjoyed our trip to Leen’s. Our guide found us lots of birds, the food was excellent and the lodging was clean and comfortable. The owners and staff were wonderful people as well.”