Treehouses in New England

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Camp Wild At Bobcat Rock

1 site · Lodging21 acres · Denmark, ME
Tree Tent on 21 beautiful acres of untouched, natural woodland with a small brook. Decompress and reconnect with yourself right in the middle of the Lake Region. Stroll to peaceful ponds, endless snowmobile and hiking trails right on your door step. Get that wilderness feel but close to town. Only 5 miles from Bridgton. This is the perfect opportunity to explore on a budget and test out your wilderness skills! The Adventure Begins Here... Camp Wild at Bobcat Rock is on 21 Acres of sloped, unspoiled woodland. There is a small brook that runs through the property and a seasonal run-off during heavy rain. There is a stone wall that borders the north end of the property. Land around the property is protected so there are many birds, ponds and streams. Hiking trails are right outside your door. Natural water sources do not have spigots. If you choose to use the natural water source for drinking, all water should be treated! This is a wilderness area. The TREE TENT is 13x 13 x 13 and sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 small children. The tent is 4 feet off the ground. You will need to lift yourself into it. Please remove shoes before entering the tent. THERE ARE NO AMENITIES This is a dry campsite. There are no showers or toilets. There is an outhouse and a 5 gal PROPANE shower. (You will need a small canister of propane). 5 gallons of water is provided. There is a very large pot for boiling water if needed. There is a fire ring with a grill, a picnic table, 2 reclining camp chairs, a Gazebo, and a Tree Tent. A trolly is provided to carry your belongings as it is a short hike uphill to the site. No cooking or sleeping supplies are available. You must bring your own bedding, cooler, cooking utensils, wood and small propane canister. (We have sleeping bags if you forget your own and a spare mattress for the gazebo upon request). ***PLEASE LEAVE NO TRACE AND TAKE YOUR TRASH WITH YOU*** It is recommended to arrive before dark on your first night of camping. Campsite check in from 12:00 pm on arrival day. Check out time 11:00 am on departure day. Bug spray is highly recommended. Bring a flashlight. The campsite is on a hill and is very rough, uneven ground and there are protruding rocks and tree roots. Please use caution when walking around the property. Please No Dogs in the TREE TENT or left unattended in the GAZEBO. Thank you :) WARNING: SIDE EFFECTS OF LIVING IN THE WOODS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: Dirty finger nails Bathing in a brook Toilet is a hole in the ground Sleeping in the Woods Slippery trails Trying to find your way around in the dark Becoming immediately resourceful and creative Getting lost Challenging yourself Live the Adventure! Embrace the UnUsUal!
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Treehouses in New England guide


Channel your inner child with a New England treehouse rental and wander between your treetop living room and outdoor kitchen. In lieu of a standard vacation rental, a treetop sanctuary makes for a unique stay. Whether you're in Massachusetts, Maine, or Vermont, head to a national park or national forest with hiking trails for the day, then lounge out in a woodsy cabin or a two-story treehouse. Here you can experience the best of America's scenery from up above, with the chance to glimpse waterfalls, the Green Mountains, or the Berkshires. As for amenities, glamping lovers may prefer a luxury treehouse with wifi, a hot tub, and a fire pit over a rustic stay at a simple, no-frills tree cabin. Running water and an outdoor shower are special treehouse perks that let your surroundings shine and make for the perfect weekend getaway.

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