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100 Mile Wilderness Cabin

1 site · Lodging28 acres · Greenville, ME
This is a quaint cabin nestled in the woods adjacent to the Appalachian Trail. Weeks could be spent exploring nearby hiking, fishing, atv'ing, canoeing or mountain climbing. It is smallish on inside but can easily accommodate 5 people. Queen bed with bunk beds on 1st floor bedroom and full size bed and single in loft bedroom. Propane lights and cookstove. Wood Stove for heat. Close to Moosehead Lake, Lake Onawa and many other lakes and ponds. Great place to truly escape.
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Amy L.’s Land

4 sites · Lodging, RVs1 acre · Rockwood, ME
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Evergreen Conservation Area

3 sites · Lodging80 acres · West Forks, ME
The Evergreen Conservation Area was recognized as a federal conservation area starting in 2020. There are several miles of well maintained trails through the deep forest and along the pristine waterfront. This is a secluded conservation area with two remote cabins. This is a unique opportunity: you will have the entire conservation area and the two mini cabins just for your group.  (Even if you only have one person or a small group you are still welcome to reserve the site.)
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Spacious Skies Balsam Woods

125 sites · Lodging, RVs, TentsGuilford, ME
Spacious Skies Balsam Woods is a hidden paradise of a campground located right in the heart of Maine, just a half hour south of Moosehead Lake, the largest lake in Maine, and 60 miles as the crow flies from the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, Mt. Katahdin, in Baxter State Park. We offer both wooded and open sites that can accommodate most rigs. Each site includes a picnic table, fire ring, water, 30 or 50-amp electrical service, and most offer sewer. Groups and tent campers are welcome. Balsam Woods campground is less than a minute’s drive from Piper Pond, a 2-mile-long lake with public boat launch and beach access. Onsite, we have a camp store and snack bar stocked with necessities, treats, and goodies for the whole family. There is no shortage of fun activities with our heated pool, classic rec hall, playground, a new jumping pillow, and gem mining! We have three cozy rustic cabins as well as three deluxe cabins for those wanting to experience the beauty of the great outdoors but who may not be ready for the tenter or RV life!
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Maine Outdoor Adventures

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Monson, ME
Once Owned by the Delano’s the gifted all the surrounding land 500 acres to Inland Fisheries and wildlife. To be protected forever. Only 1 mile from the Appalachian trail, entering the 100 mile wilderness. The last supply stop before reaching Katahdin. Learn more about this land: Stay in this cozy yurt style canvas bell tent nestled between two ponds, surrounded by 550+ acres of wildlife conservation land, where you can paddle to the trail head of the 100 mile wilderness. Wake to the call of the loons and go for a sunrise paddle, kayaks provided! Spend the day adventuring the woods and waters near by. Hike Borestone, Barren, Little Moose, Big Moose, Eagle Rock, Number 4, White Cap, or Jump on the Appalachian trail, located 1.1 miles from your yurt. Go fishing or paddling right from your camp site on spectacle pond or near by water ways, Lake Herbron, Onawa, and Moosehead Lake. Go on a triple waterfall tour, book a white water rafting trip , Moose tour, or spend the days shopping local in near by towns. This Area of Maine is an adventurers dream. Only minutes away from the mountains, lakes and rivers near by. Monson center is 5 miles away. Where you will find the sweetest Maine town. A General Store, Art gallery, pottery shop, several eatery’s, from fine dinning to finger licking good BBQ, to lake side dining. Greenville is 5 miles away where you’ll find shopping, dining and the famous Moosehead Lake. In your cabin you will find maps to all the best hiking, paddling, exploring, white water rafting, waterfall chasing, and menus to the local eateries. Homemade gourmet breakfast by host available for additional charge upon request between 6am & 8am. Not always available. Please ask host in advance. Menu will vary depending on availability of locally grown and foraged ingredients.
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Grangers Lakeside Camping

2 sites · RVs6 acres · Monson, ME
Lake Hebron is a deep water lake managed for cold water game fish. Easy access and good fishing make Lake Hebron a popular spot for local anglers. The Appalachian Trail follows the northwest corner of the lake, and Monson Village is nestled around its eastern end. Monson was once famous for its slate industry Examples of native slate may be seen along Maine Routes 6 and 15 and at quarries located in the town. A wonderful, serene place to visit. This 525-acre lake receives huge annual stockings of brook trout. In 1994,4,300 trout were stocked here; in 1995, another 4,300 brook trout were stocked, along with 250 landlocked salmon.Learn more about this land:This campsite is located on the beautiful shores of lake Hebron in Monson, Maine. It’s just minutes away from the Monson General Store, the Monson Arts Center, Borestone Mountain and so much more! Twenty minutes from Moosehead Lake, a few minutes from the Appalachian trail that starts the hundred mile wilderness, and home of the world renowned Monson Slate. Bring your kayaks or canoe to explore the 638 acres of pristine lake while you stay at our quiet, wooded, six acre property. We can also assist with Kayak rental as well. A wonderful place if you love listening to birds in the morning and loons in the evening. Beautiful sunrise views and vibrant sunsets. Great four wheeling nearby. We can assist with trail access and parking. 10 minutes to Abbot and 10 minutes to Shirley Mills. This location has the feel of a quiet, remote camping site with some wonderful conveniences, including power and WIFI. We are private landowners wanting to share our beautiful lakefront property with others who enjoy the same.
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Magic Falls Campground

11 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · West Forks, ME
Welcome to Magic Falls Campground! Our bunkhouses are built on platforms and are fully enclosed. Beds and mattresses are provided. There is a bathhouse with toilets and showers for all guests. (Note - showerhouse closed October 7 - May 1. Bunkhouses are unheated - so please pack appropriately for early and late season.) The property has access to many outdoor activities: -Magic Falls Rafting is located on the same property: whitewater rafting, tubing, and inflatable kayak trips are all available -Fishing. Contact us for a referral to local expert guides -Many hiking trails in the area and a major hiking trail departs from the property -Biking and ATV trail access right from the property. The property is adjacent to Maine's Interconnected Trail System (ITS)
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Off-Grid Mtn-View Private Campsite

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Greenville, ME
Learn more about this land:Watch the moonrise over the lake, fall asleep to the call of the loons and wake to the picturesque sunrise over Mount Kathadin. Off-the-grid, private camping on Caribou Lake, part of the Chesuncook chain of lakes, with majestic panoramic views of mile-high Mount Katahdin range. Assessible via Maine's historic Golden Road in the North Maine Woods. Wildlife abounds including Moose, Deer, Bald Eagles, and the cry of loons. Boating access from Caribou Lake to Chesuncook and Ripogenous Lakes. Excellent salmon, brook trout, and lake trout fishing. Small-boat carry-in access from the property for smaller motor boats, canoes and kayaks. Rocky beach great for walking and crystal clear water perfect for swimming. Situated near two of Maine's famed waterways the Penobscot River, known for fishing and rafting, as well as the Allagash Wilderness Waterway, known for fishing, canoeing and wildlife viewing. For the adventurous soul, take a trek to the historic ghost trains of the Allagash. Campsite includes tent, fire pit, propane grill, clean outhouse, camp chairs, picnic table and kayaks available for use. Firewood supplied. No cell phone reception here.
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Flagstaff-Bigelow Woodland Retreat

1 site · Lodging40 acres · Flagstaff Twp, ME
Welcome to your private forestland retreat, a serene haven situated on 40 acres along the shores of Flagstaff Lake in northwestern Maine. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and tranquility that this unique location has to offer. Key Features: -Lakeside Paradise: Sit on the dock and be captivated by an expansive view of the Bigelow Range, creating a picturesque backdrop for relaxation and reflection. -Waterfront Bliss: Take a refreshing swim in the lake, paddle around its numerous quiet coves and inlets, or simply bask in the lakeside atmosphere. The lake provides a perfect setting for a variety of water activities. -Nature's Symphony: For those who love to explore, the mature mixed wood forest surrounding the retreat is a treasure trove of songbirds, native flora, and remarkable glacial erratics. Embark on woodland adventures filled with natural wonders. -Evening Magic: As the sun sets, gather around the firepit to enjoy the warmth of the flames, watch the stars emerge in the night sky, and listen to the haunting calls of the loons echoing across the lake. This forestland retreat is designed for those seeking a peaceful escape into nature. Whether you're sitting on the dock, wandering through the woods, or enjoying the evening by the fire, the beauty of Flagstaff Lake and its surroundings will create a memorable and rejuvenating experience.
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A River Runs Through It

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Guilford, ME
This is a two-acre parcel of land with 700 feet of water frontage on the Piscataquis River. It is on the ITS trail. Bring your RV and your toys and take off right from the site. The sound of the river is amazing, and you have no neighbors for complete privacy. The Appalachian trail is just a few miles away. The beautiful village of Monson is just down the road for great food and essentials at the Monson General Store.
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Soul Retrieve-Hill LLC

10 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Sebec, ME
My husband and I bought this property in January of 2020. The main house was just a shell but, we had a vision for it. We were so excited about the history of the home and land. Bill Irwin, his family, and his dog “Orient” owned the property and stayed in the “camp house” located below while building the main house. Bill was legally blind and Orient was his guide dog. Bill and orient hiked the Appalachian trail and received awards as well as a book written called "Blind Courage.” Bill passed away before he could finish the home. We felt it would be nice to fix up the house below and make it a tribute to Bill and Orient being we had been left quite a few artifacts of theirs. Unfortunately after looking into fixing it up, it was suggested to tear it down. Then we made the decision to clean up the land for campers. We hope people can come enjoy the peacefulness that we have so much enjoyed for the past 3 years. We have fiber wifi access throughout the property and a full community kitchen, shower room, and sitting area that is close to all of our cabins and tent sites.
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Loon Point Cabin and Camp Site

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Millinocket, ME
This cabin was built by the original owners in the 1960's as a temporary shelter. They never got around to building a more permanent dwelling and instead used it for many years as a rustic camp site. We purchased the land and the cabin 10 years ago. Rather than tear down the old cabin we began rehabbing it 2020 to enjoy ourselves and share with others. We were in the process of building a new modern camp on the property but had a major fire there in the fall of 2022 totally burning the new house and the surrounding trees. We are in the process of cleaning that up but you will se the evidence of the fire when you arrive. Fortunately it will not affect your experience at the cabin. We love this location and we think you will too. Learn more about this land: Enjoy the privacy of a rustic cabin 10 feet from the shore of Amabjejus Lake. Take in gorgeous sunsets on this west facing waterfront looking across the lake to the historic Ambajejus Boom House. Listen to loons at night and see bald eagles flying overhead during the day. The cabin is furnished with a full size bed and a toddler bed, a table and 4 chairs. A mattress pad and fitted sheet will be provided but you will need to bring your own linens or sleeping bags and pillows. There is a picnic table, fire ring and a tent site for up to a 4 person tent. There is an outhouse which you will share with the owner if present. This cabin was built in the 1960's by the original landowner to be a temporary shelter. We purchased the land 10 years ago and are in the process of building a larger camp on this 1 acre property. You will have your own private waterfront area. There is a also a small sandy beach and a swim dock that you are welcome to use but may share with owners if they are on the property. Canoes, paddles and lifejackets are available to use. The southern entrance to Baxter State Park is only 10 miles away. The owners will be sensitive to your privacy but may be working on the property nearby during your stay. Guests are limited to 4 people. We love children and have 5 of our own. If you are a couple with more than 2 children (or a single parent with more than 3) please contact us. We would love to accomodate you if possible. One final note. In November 2022 we suffered a fire to the main structure that we were building on the property. As a result campers who come in 2023 will see a foundation and evidence of burned trees around the location of the burned building. The cabin and surrounding area suffered no damage and there will be no change to the appearance and view of your stay except going to and from your vehicle. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
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