The International Seaplane Fly-In brings thousands of participants and spectators to the Moosehead Region annually on the weekend after Labor Day.
International Seaplane Fly-In got its start in 1973 when Greenville was but a speck on the world map and a few bush pilots made a living flying sportsmen in and out of this remote area. Very few roads existed here at the time. It was during some down time on a wintry day when a few Greenville pilots thought it might be a good time to invite like-minded pilots to the area for a weekend of fun and flying. Today, besides the Cessnas, Cubs and Beavers, some spectacular examples of rare planes make a showing. The design and diversity of these beauties, combined with the knowledge of the pilots flying them, make a tremendous weekend for the flying enthusiast.