Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall: Most visitors traveling east of Greenville pass right by the tiny village of Kokadjo, often only noticing the sign in town that states “Welcome to Kokajdo, Population not many”. But don’t let Kokadjo’s humble looks fool you, if your after peace and quiet in the Northwoods, than Kokadjo’s the right spot to be. For starters, the Roach River runs right through town and is an excellent spot to fly fish for Brook Trout and Landlocked Salmon. Nearby Roach Ponds and Moosehead Lake offer rental cabins, boating, swimming, and fishing opportunities and plenty of peace and quiet. This area is home to a large population of Moose, frequently seen along the roadsides or feeding in local ponds. In fall the hills light up with color, and most folks enjoy just driving around enjoying the views. In winter the area is an important hub for snowmobilers and link between the towns of Millinocket and Greenville. Not to mention dogsledding, ice fishing, skiing and snowboarding options on surrounding lakes and mountains. Come be a part of the “Not Many” population of Kokadjo.