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Showing 16-21 of 21 Resorts and Lodges
You have a choice of two beautiful lakes when you visit Moosehead Hills Cabins. Your log cabin is your home base to the resort’s 50 acres of woods and nature trails with waterfront on Moosehead Lake. Book the newest log cabin for your own private dock and waterfront on idyllic Wilson Pond, a 7-mile long lake in Greenville. Enjoy beautiful sunsets... more
Welcome to Maine’s best kept secret: the only housekeeping cottages on crystal clear Wilson Pond at Wilson Pond Camps! Unique cottages and premier, lakeside cottages are decorated and designed to offer you a vacation filled with spectacular views, relaxation, and adventure. Come and enjoy the calm waters, the musical call of the loons, and the... more
To visit Katahdin Lake Wilderness Camps is to step back to a more quiet, peaceful time. Hike surrounding trails, canoe or kayak on the lake, fish for native brook trout, observe the large variety of wildlife, or just relax on the sandy beach in front of camp. Katahdin Lake Wilderness Camps was designed and built in 1885 to provide individuals with... more
Little Lyford Pond Camps is simply the best way to experience the famed 100-mile Wilderness. Situated amidst peaceful mountains and wilderness, Little Lyford Pond Camps offers a unique, four-season retreat for outdoor enthusiasts to explore the spectacular mountains and wilderness of the Moosehead Lake region. This camp offers guided camp-to-camp... more
5 Lakes Lodge offers the finest bed and breakfast lodging in the Katahdin Region. This authentic log B & B features five luxurious rooms, all with commanding views of the lakes and majestic Mt. Katahdin within Baxter State Park. On his first visit to Mt. Katahdin in 1846, Henry David Thoreau wrote, "It's difficult to conceive of a region... more
A small Wilderness Lodge, built as a farmhouse/boarding house in 1864 at Chesuncook Village, to supply logging operations in Northern Maine's Wilderness, now on the Federal Historical Register. The Lake House is located 50 miles north of the Moosehead Lake Region, and 60 miles west of Millinocket, situated in the center of the last recognized... more