Tent Camping within a mixed wood forest.Located ten miles East of Waterville, Me. or Six miles West of Unity, Me. The Sebasticook Millennium Green is a terraced 207 acre forest within the undeveloped 8000+ acre Leonard's woods. Vehicle access is via a seasonal town road with parking lot at tail head.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Open access / landshare trails.
Access to 15 Mile Stream and Seabasticook river
Natural features you'll find at Sebasticook Millennium Green in Maine.
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We had a blast staying at Bruce’s. He was an excellent host and gave us a wonderful site to put our large canvas tent. It was very private and not too far from the blacktop. His property has an expansive network of trails and abuts plenty of other woods and water nearby. If I am ever camping in the area again It will certainly be at Sebasticook Millennium Green.
Happy to find
We were so happy to find this place. All the camp spots we were looking at were ridiculously overpriced and had too many people. This is exactly what we were looking for, reasonable price and peaceful and a one night stay on our way to Acadia. Having the huge fire ring and plenty of free firewood already chopped was the best part. There were some mosquitos like other people mentioned but really not too bad and nothing bug spray didn’t manage. You can drive directly into the site but only if you have a modified and lifted vehicle.
Remote camping in the woods
Nice spot with firewood available.
Very hard to reach with a normal car, and chock full of mosquitos.
Bruce was nice and communicated clearly.
Secluded woods camp with great host
Bruce was extremely accomodating. He set us up with the site we wanted and when we were not able to get the car to the site, he gave us the other site (as no one was there). Lots of bugs but thats expected this time of year. Lots of little trails you can get lost on. If you are looking for a secluded Western interior Maine site, this is a good choice.
Bruce was awesome! I pulled my 26' camper back there and boondocked with a generator. He let us walk the trails on his property, do some fishing in the stream, he supplied plenty of firewood for us, dogs were happy to run around and chase wildlife. All around great spot with a great host. No sewagehookups but theres a dump about 20 min away eith easy directions, no electricity hookups or fresh water but we hooked up to the genny and brought in water. Gas station within a 10 minute drive.