Visitors can enjoy all that Greenville has to offer including the lakeside setting and forests. The tucked away and relaxing setting also entices those visiting the city.
- There are 50 hotels and other accommodations in Greenville
- The closest major airport is in Millinocket, ME (MLT-Millinocket Municipal), 37.3 mi (60.1 km) from the city center
Sightseeing and Staying in Greenville
The picturesque setting of Lily Bay State Park and Mount Kineo Trailhead exemplify the city's natural beauty. Additionally, you might want to add Katahdin Cruises and Moosehead Marine Museum to your agenda.
As you make plans for a getaway to Greenville, the perfect accommodation may not be in the city center but there are 21 hotels and lodging options locally. Below are places to stay in the area:
- Greenville Inn at Moosehead Lake is 15.6 mi (25.2 km) from the center of Greenville. Guests who stay at this 4-star bed & breakfast in Greenville can enjoy access to free breakfast and free parking, along with in-room flat-screen TVs. Our customers like its breakfast.
- Kineo View Lodge is 18.5 mi (29.8 km) from central Greenville. This 2.5-star lodge in Greenville features free WiFi and free parking. Our customers like its comfortable rooms.
- Blair Hill Inn is located 13.5 mi (21.7 km) from the heart of Greenville. Located in Greenville, this chalet features a kitchen, a fireplace, and a balcony. Expedia travelers love its beach locale and helpful staff.
Dressing for Greenville
- Between January and March, daytime temperatures average 40°F, while nighttime temperatures stay around 2°F
- From April to June, the average is 74°F during the day and 25°F at night
- July through September sees average temperatures of 76°F during the day and 42°F at night
- In October-December, you can expect 58°F as the daytime average and 6°F as the nighttime average
- Average annual rainfall for Greenville is 45.04 inches
- August and July are usually the hottest months averaging 74°F, while January and February are usually the coldest with an average temperature of 6°F