Cabins near Bangor with snow sports

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Micro A-Frame Cabin

1 site · Lodging18 acres · Passadumkeag, ME
Tiny A-Frame Cabin on a personal wildlife preserve! Located a mile from the Passadumkeag River and three miles from the Penobscot River! Quiet Space! Come enjoy a 'Piece of my Peace!' Meadow Vista and Garden views With Composting Toilet, No Electricity and No Running Water! • The wall does lift up and down so you can be closed in if it rains but I leave it open most of the time to allow air flow. • There is a fire pit and two chairs available at the cabin for you to cozy up or cook your food. If you would like a wheel barrow full of firewood provided there is some available on site for a small donation. • There is a hammock with a shade cover at the cabin for you to use. • There is a bug net provided in the cabin if you're in need of some extra protection indoors. • Sunkhaze Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is a short drive with a few hiking trails. • Baxter State Park & Acadia National Park are each an hour and a half away (just in opposite directions). • A composting toilet is on site, with a scoop and bucket of sawdust to cover waste. I you need to pee, find a tree! If it's number two, use the loo! • No electricity at the cabin or on the property • No running or potable drinking water. Must bring in water. • The cabin is quite cozy for 1-2 people and/or 1-2 fur babies. The cabin itself has an 8x10’ floor plan with a full size futon. The deck gives another 3’ to enjoy your inside/outside stay. • The property DOES get full sun so be aware of finding shade throughout the day! I like to enjoy the river(s) and explore the area during the peak heat hours! • Mosquitos like to come out at dusk. I do have some citronella candles but it would be best if you came prepared with bug repellent! • There is a New tiny cabin construction on site! • This cabin is NOT private - one dwelling is visible but it is also NOT a rental. Please: no check-in's after 8pm! Thank you for understanding! I cannot control the weather. I just provide a super awesome place. I am always available to help make your stay top-notch! Without you, there is no me.
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Penobscot River Camp, Argyle, Maine

3 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Argyle Township, ME
The River Camp is nestled, privately on 20 acres of woods along the Penobscot River. Enjoy privacy, a view of and fishing in the Penobscot River and staying in nature with wildlife. A 70 minute drive to Bar Harbor or Baxter State Park. Come see the solar eclipse. Some of the best small mouth bass fishing. Perfect for Solar Eclipse!
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Off Grid Experience in Greenbush Me

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Greenbush, ME
Learn more about this land:It is a cabin, No running water or electricity it is off-grid. Compose toilet. Has a firepit, 2 twin beds. grill for cooking, wood for fire. I have water there in jugs. Coffee and Oatmeal for breakfast. Some dishes and salt and pepper. A place to wash dishes. 
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Writer's Cabin

1 site · Lodging27 acres · Harrington, ME
Learn more about this land: You'll arrive at our barn and home, probably greeted by a variety of animals. Walking past the pond and through the field towards the tree line, you'll arrive at our tiny cabin situated on a hill with the salt marsh below. The cabin is furnished with a full sized futon, a wooden bench, beehive working woodstove, and shelving. There are candle lanterns provided, however we suggest also bringing a few flashlights. Depending on the season we have farm vegetables and eggs available, kayaks available upon request to use to explore the salt marsh and harbors right out in front of the cabin. A short drive and you can find numerous hiking areas and beaches or take the longer 1 hour and 15 min ride to Bar Harbor. The cabin is not visible to the main house, though sound may travel. You'll have a beautiful view of the water facing west for sun sets. We access the water and trails around the fields foraging for berries with our kiddos and dogs, along with rotating the grazing animals and will provide ample space to respect your privacy. A small gas grill and cooler can be provided, Cabin has no electric or running water. Water can be accessed from the main house and/or barn pumps depending on season, however will need to be brought down to cabin. Outhouse is located nearby.
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Peaceful Camp in the woods

1 site · Lodging25 acres · Atkinson, ME
We welcome you to stay in this cabin that sits on beautiful, peaceful, deer roaming, 25 acres! You will enjoy the peaceful sounds of nature and the breathtaking views all around. The apple trees do bare fruit for pies and crisp! Help yourself! ATTENTION Hunters! This is what you have been looking for! Come hunt on the 220 acres and then relax in this warm cabin that will sleep 6 of you! ATTENTION Snowmobilers! Book this for your winter trip! You will find easy access to trails directly from the cabin!  Visit Three Rivers Bissell Brothers brewery in Milo where they have a beer garden to sit and enjoy music and food as well as their tasty beers.
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Toddy Pond Farm

1 site · LodgingMonroe, ME
The land where Toddy Pond Farm is located has a rich history of farming, dating back to the early 1800s. At present it is where a single family makes their home, working with the land and animals here to operate a small 100% grass fed dairy and diversified family farm. Tucked away at the end of a dirt road, Toddy Pond Farm is a wonderful mix of bustling farm life and quiet natural beauty. Hiking, swimming, boating, fishing, camping, and star gazing are just a few of the many activities our guests enjoy while visiting.Learn more about this land:The Toddy Pond Farm cottage is a warm and welcoming place rich with history and natural beauty. Situated on a 500+ acre working farm, the cottage overlooks Toddy Pond and the mountains beyond. Enjoy these views and those of the farm from the front screened porch, or pick blueberries from the back patio and listen to the owls in the evening. Inside, the cottage has a full kitchen, 2 full bathrooms, full laundry and 3 bedrooms & sleeping nook; the master bedroom with a new queen bed downstairs and upstairs the cozy full sized sleeping nook with privacy curtains, the front guest room with a full sized bed and the back guest room with a twin. In all, the cottage comfortably sleeps up to 7. The cottage itself dates back many years - be sure to read the original walls with each visitor's hand-written messages. In the living room / dining room area there is table seating for 6 and a couch and chairs near the wood stove. There is no television in the cottage, but wifi is available. The comfortable window seats have been known to trap a lazy afternoon reader into a blissful nap on more than one occasion. Outside the cottage, feel free to explore the woods on several private hiking trails, or visit the farm animals of Toddy Pond Farm; a working dairy farm with sheep, goats, cows, pigs and chickens. Feel free to stop by the dairy in the morning to see how the milking is done or come watch as we put the animals out to pasture for the day. There is even a farm store where you can buy fresh milk, cheese, yogurt and even ice cream - all made right here on the farm in our Maine licensed dairy facility.If swimming, boating or fishing are what you enjoy then take a walk through the woods down to Toddy Pond and enjoy the private landing complete with raft, four kayaks and a canoe. Over 1 mile of private frontage on the pond ensures complete privacy and quiet, though you will probably hear the loons out on the water. Enjoy additional views on the Pond View Trail complete with 2 bridges as you walk along Toddy Pond in a loop back up to the cottage.If you are looking for a place to get away from it all without having to drive for miles and miles into the wilderness, then Toddy Pond Farm is the place for you. During your visit you will see and hear wildlife and all the other amazing sights and sounds of nature and yet the wonderful bustling seaside city of Belfast is just a 15 minute drive away with it's art galleries, natural food stores and numerous eclectic dining options. It really is the best of both worlds here.Toddy Pond Farm was recently featured in a Boston Globe article about farm stays here in the USA We hope you decide to come stay with usBest - Greg & Heide
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The Woods at Tilden Pond

1 site · Lodging230 acres · Belmont, ME
PRIVACY-over 230 acres of varied terrain typical of the Maine woods including 1,200 feet of shoreline on the Tilden Pond. There is no public access to the 350 acre Tilden Pond. The Woods are separated by the babbling Alder Brook which splits the entire property and flows in the pond. You can practice the ancient Japanese art of forest bathing (Shinrin yoku), and enjoy foraging for the many wild blueberries, rasberries, blackberries and huge variety of mushrooms and other edible plants. The Woods are an amazing place for families and friends to de-stress, boost mental health and improve overall well-being naturally. Free use of kayak and portable dock, free firewood and hygienic welcome package. All forms of Maine wildlife and fauna abound here including moose, deer, beaver, eagles, owls, turkey, grouse, loons, ducks, geese, and more. Great spot for nature lovers of all types. Possible activities include foraging, forest bathing, hiking, fishing, boating, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing. Watch the long-term bald eagle residents dive for fish in the pond or the loons paddling around with their entire family. Tilden Pond hosts an incredible small mouth bass fishery. Foraging is encouraged as a way to connect to nature. Make your own sumac, sarsaparilla or pine needle tea. The Woods are close to popular Mid-coast towns like Camden, Rockport and Rockland with all of their amenities while enjoying life in this off-grid all natural and relaxing setting. Scenic 1 hour drive to Acadia National Park.
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Artist's Cabin @ Stone Hill hostel.

3 sites · Lodging30 acres · Palermo, ME
Now a tiny dirt road, with ultimate privacy, Stone Hill was once a bustling 'highway' for folks traveling by horse and carriage as early as the 1700's and before then the lush valley was a thriving home for the Abenaki Tribe. This land is a gorgeous example of Maine's pristine nature and is full of native plants, fungi, and animals that we share the space with! The cabin is a cute little space made from recycled materials, creative building skills, and a whole lot of love. Nothing fancy by any means, just a fun spot to hide away with loved ones! We celebrate the simple things in life here. It's perfect for couples, small families, or upto 4 guests in 2 beds. Take a walk out the door into the woods, play down by the stream- have a campfire- or spend the day with your nose in a good book. The loft is fully stocked with paints and brushes if you're feeling the flow! It's just a great place to let go, and relax! The sky is intense- the owls are loud, and there is plenty to do within a short drive incase ya get cabin fever and want to get back into the world for some fun! Make sure to save some time to take a paddle on the canoe, kayaks, or paddleboard that we leave down at a nearby pond for you! As fellow travelers, We have been blessed to have stayed in some cool places in our adventures- and now it's our chance to share our little slice of nature paradise with others! We just want everyone to feel safe, and welcome, and free to be themselves! Thanks so much for supporting our adventures, by joining us for your own!!!
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Cabins near Bangor with snow sports guide

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If you're looking for a cozy winter getaway near Bangor, Maine, Hipcamp has over 190 cabin options available for snow sports enthusiasts. Slippery Rock Trails LLC (347 reviews), The Point (326 reviews), and Hidden Valley Nature Center (150 reviews) are some of the top campsites to consider. Cabins in this area start as low as $25 and average around $80 per night. Popular amenities include pet-friendly accommodations, toilets, and trash removal. Popular activities in the area include snow sports, wildlife watching, and hiking.

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