Retreat at our cabins located in middle Maine with private bathrooms, hot showers, picnic table and charcoal barbecues. The main Lodge serves fresh cooked meals on request. Unplug your devices, listen to the wildlife and see our spectacular sunsets.
Our modern log cabins are located down a 1.2 mile driveway on 350 acres. The log cabins overlook a small beaver pond and stream. Unplug and unwind here amongst the wildlife that surround you.
Enjoy a quiet walk around one of the trails that wind through the property or sit by the fire pit gazing at the star filled sky.
We are pet friendly, your well behaved and friendly dogs are welcome. Pet fee $20 per stay
These two log cabins are identical in size and ammenities. Each has a private queen sized bedroom, daybed in common area, two twin beds in loft. Kitchen area has small sink, refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster and small sink. Dinnerware provided for 4 guests, more if needed. An armoire for storing your clothing, etc., and private bath with shower and pedestal sink. All linens are included for every cabin.
Rates: $100.00 + tax per night, Price is for double occupancy, Extra guests $10 per night + tax
The largest of our log cabins sleeps six people. Private queen sized bedroom, bunk beds in the common area and a loft with 2 twin beds. Large kitchen sink, refrigerator, microwave, toaster and coffee maker. Bathroom is quite spacious with large shower, sink and cabinets.
Rate: $120.00 + tax per night, Price is for double occupancy, Extra guests $10 per night + tax
Cozy log cabins featuring private bathroom, kitchen area with microwave, coffee maker, toaster, refrigerator and table and chairs. Cabin 4 has one twin bed and one bunkbed, sleeping three. Cabin 5 has two twin beds. All linens are included.
Rates: $80.00 + tax per night, Price is for double occupancy, Extra guests $10 per night + tax
The Katahdin Iron Works was listed with the National Register of Historic Places in 1969, it is a Maine state historic site located in near the town of Brownville, Me. Katahdin Iron Works operated from 1845 to 1890. In addition to the kilns of the ironworks (of which only one survives), the community was served by a railroad and had a 100-room hotel.
Gulf Hagas is a two and a half mile long water-formed canyon. The river falls 500 feet in the canyon, including multiple waterfalls. It is sometimes called the "Grand Canyon of the East". It is an eight-mile round trip side trip off the 100-Mile Wilderness section of the Appalachian Trail.
Baxter State Park is a large wilderness area permanently preserved as a state park, located in Piscataquis County in north-central Maine. It is in the North Maine Woods region, and borders the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument.
The park was established by 28 donations of land, in trust, from park donor Percival P. Baxter between the years of 1931 and 1962, eventually creating a park of over 200,000 acres in size. Baxter Park is not part of the Maine State Park system. Sole governance is provided by the Baxter State Park Authority, consisting of the Maine Attorney General, the Maine Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and the Director of the Maine Forest Service. The park is home to the state's highest peak, Mount Katahdin.
Moosehead Lake is the largest lake in the state of Maine and the largest mountain lake in the eastern United States. Situated in the Longfellow Mountains in the Maine Highlands Region, the lake is the source of the Kennebec River. There are over 80 islands in the lake, the largest being Sugar Island. Set at an elevation of 1,023 feet, Moosehead Lake is approximately 40 by 10 miles, with an area of 120 mile, and over 400 miles of shoreline.
Maine's snowmobilers can enjoy riding the 4,000 mile Interconnected Trails System (ITS) and 14,000 total miles of groomed and marked snowmobile trail. We are located on the ITS 83 trail with a groomed connecter trail right to our cabins.
Cross Country Skiers & Snowshoers use many of the same trails as the snowmobilers or set out and blaze your own trail.
Maine is famous for outstanding fishing, with thousands of lakes, ponds, rivers and streams filled with trout, salmon and smallmouth bass just to name a few.
Moose, deer, birds, beavers and more...
The northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail is on Mount Katahdin's Baxter Peak in Baxter State Park. Maine has 281 miles of the trail. Smaller local trails and a abundace of logging roads are also available for hiking.
Enjoy a round of golf at one of the many local golf courses.
There are many companies offering whitewater rafting trips within a short distance from our cabins.
Maine comes alive with color in the fall, come join us in late September and early October for some of the areas best leaf peeping.
Bring your ATV, nearby trailheads offer houndreds of miles of ATV trails for the beginner or experienced riders.