Upper and Lower Wilson Pond offer crystal clear waters for your swimming enjoyment. The warmest temperatures are usually during the months of July and August, but continues into the first part of September. The Moosehead Lake Region offers other swimming "spots" for you to enjoy as day trips.
The beach in Greenville Junction has picnic tables and a play area for children. There is a wharf for fishing, plus boat launch facilities.
Directions: From downtown Greenville take Route 15 (Pritham Avenue) north for 1.3 miles. Go under the railroad trestle, bear right, and then take a sharp right into the Junction Wharf area.
Lily Bay State Park:
The State Park has one of the nicest beaches on the entire lake. It is a wide sandy beach with a picnic area, a wide expanse of lawn, and a play area for children. The park charges a nominal day use fee.
Directions: From downtown Greenville go north on the Lily Bay Road for about 8 miles. You will see the park entrance on your left.
Town Beach by Masonic Temple:
This is a nice sandy beach for children. In the summer, the Greenville Recreation Department offers swimming lessons and a lifeguard is on duty. There is a set of rafts for children to jump off.
Directions: From downtown Greenville go north on Route 15 (Pritham Avenue) for .6 miles. Park in the Masonic Temple parking lot on the right, shortly after the Mobil station.