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The Queen's Property on Thomas Pond

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· Casco, Cumberland, Maine
15 acres hosted by Daniel G.
1 RV/tent site
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Full RV hookups
Electrical, water, and sewage hookups are available at all sites.
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Pets can be off-leash at this Hipcamp.
THOMAS POND Thomas Pond is a beautiful 533-acre freshwater pond with over 7.4 miles of shoreline. Thomas Pond’s maximum depth is 64 feet, and the mean depth is 22 feet. Our guests are welcome to kayak, canoe, swim, fish, and paddle board from the shores of The Queen’s Property, or one of 5 Right of Ways on Watkins Shores Road owned by our Association. Access to your private waterfront is a short stroll through our woods. As our guest staying at The Queen's Property, you will also have free access to the Watkins Shores Road Association's boat launch. The boat launch is just a two or three minute walk down the road from your site. Just make sure you check for Milfoil or any other invasive plants before launching. LOCAL ATTRACTIONS NEAR CAMP Within 5 minutes of camp, you will find all the essentials, including food items, ice, firewood, goodies, gas, and RV supplies. In fact, you can even order your groceries online for pickup, (free at Hannaford Brothers Grocery and Walmart) either on your way to your campsite or when you need to resupply your camp (we would be happy to give you the details). During your stay, you may also want to take a trip off-site to explore all that the Lakes Region offers. Explore the historic oceanfront City of Portland, or the local Towns of Windham, Naples, or Bridgton. Portland is a 35 minute drive from The Queen's Property. The coastline around Portland is rugged and attractive with world-famous lighthouses dotted along its shorelines. Numerous locally owned shops and nationally recognized restaurants can be found tucked into its many harbors and shorelines. Closer to camp, enjoy strolling through the Town of Naples. Naples sits smack-dab in the middle of the Sebago Lakes Region. Sebago Lake abuts its western border and Long Lake abuts its eastern border. A short 8-minute drive from your site, Naples spoils its visitors with boat rentals, waterfront shops, and awesome restaurants. Further north is the Town of Bridgton. Bridgton is a 20-minute drive from your campsite. It offers its visitors a quaint downtown filled with local retailers, pubs, and restaurants. Enjoy the beaches of Bridgton’s Crystal Lake which sits on the edge of its downtown borders. The towns of Raymond and Windham also offer our visitors numerous restaurants, grocery stores, hardware stores, and gas stations. Once again, all within a short drive from your campsite (3-4 minutes). NEARBY STATE PARKS AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES If your idea of exploring is centered around outdoor activities, then Sebago Lake State Park is a 1,342-acre park that abuts the shores of Sebago Lake. It's one of Maine’s most popular parks. Located in the towns of Casco and Naples, the park is open year-round and is less than a 10 minute drive from your campsite. Within the park, you will enjoy protected forests, bike paths, and Sebago Lake beaches. Sebago Lake is a deep glacial lake, and by itself is 44 square miles of clear waters that abut Sebago Lake State Park. The park and the lake host some of Maine's’ best sandy beaches, water sports, fishing, boating, boat rentals, camping, picnic areas, boat launches, extensive woodlands, a wide array of critters, hiking trails, and walking trails. Sebago Park hosts various play areas for children with slides and swings. The summer sun is warm and the autumn colors are always abundant and beautiful. The entrance and parking lot are wheelchair accessible. If you are an avid hiker, The Queen’s Property is a short drive to numerous mountain ranges, forests, and peaks, all of which contain hundreds of miles of ATV and hiking trails. There are over 25 hiking trails within 10 miles of The Queen's Property and over 115 trails within 20 miles. Oh, and if you love winter sports you will love the Lakes Region. Numerous ski resorts, along with hundreds of miles of cross-country ski and snowmobile trails can be found throughout the area.The Queen's Property (TheQueensProperty.com) sits in a 15-acre forest with over 600 feet of private shoreline on Thomas Pond. The site includes a sandy bottom swimming and boating cove with a 20' dock on Thomas Pond. We are not part of an institutional campground or RV Park. The Queen's Property is privately owned by a local resident. As such, it is located in a secluded neighborhood of family homes on the shores of Thomas Pond. You will have exclusive use of the entire 15-acre site to yourself. Enjoy your private sandy bottomed cove nestled in the waters of Thomas Pond. Bring your swimwear, beach towels and watercraft to swim and water sport off your own new private 20' dock. At your campsite you will have your choice of; 50-amp, 30-amp and two 20-amp hookups. Enjoy fresh and cold potable water from our new 520 foot artesian well, and rinse off in your outdoor shower. Your stay also includes quick and easy access to our new on-site black water hookup. All of these features are within just a few feet from your RV. The 25’x45’ and 20'X20' crushed gravel RV pads are flat and secluded. Both pads are setback over 250' from the entrance on Watkins Shores Road. The Queen's Property is carefully laid out to give you and your family privacy from every direction. Your entire campsite is less than 130 feet from your private shoreline on Thomas Pond. Your only neighbors will be our resident loons, beavers, herons, eagles, hawks, and deer. Most nights, the only noise you will hear other than the popping sparks from your 4'x4' on-site fire pit, will be the beautiful and haunting sounds of the loons and frogs who make Thomas Pond their home. Just bring your locally sourced firewood (or purchase ours) and enjoy the star-studded evenings with family or friends. THOMAS POND Thomas Pond is a beautiful 533-acre freshwater pond with almost 8-miles of shoreline. Thomas Pond’s maximum depth is 64 feet, and the mean depth is 22 feet. Our guests are welcome to boat, kayak, canoe, swim, fish, and paddle board from the shores of The Queen’s Property. Access to the water is a short stroll through the forest. If you want to launch your boat or jet ski, as our guest you may do so from our association's boat launch. The boat launch is just a couple of minutes down the road from your site. Just make sure you check for Milfoil or any other invasive plants before launching. LOCAL ATTRACTIONS NEAR CAMP Within a few minutes from camp, you will find all of your shopping essentials, including food items, ice, firewood, goodies, gas, and RV supplies. In fact, you can even order your groceries online for drive through pickup, (free at Hannaford’s or Walmart) either on your way to your campsite or when you need to resupply (we would be happy to give you all the website details). During your stay you may also want to take a trip off-site to explore all that the Lakes Region offers. Explore the historic oceanfront Town of Portland, or the local Towns of Windham, Naples, or Bridgton. Portland is a 35-minute drive from The Queen's Property. The coastline around Portland is rugged and attractive with world famous lighthouses dotted along its shorelines. Numerous locally owned shops and restaurants can be found tucked into its many harbors, shorelines and streets. Closer to camp, enjoy strolling through the Town of Naples. Naples sits smack-dab in the middle of the Sebago Lakes Region. The Sebago Lake coast abuts Naples western border and Long Lake on its eastern border. Within a few minute drive from your site, Naples spoils it visitors with boat rentals, waterfront shops and awesome restaurants. Further north is the Town of Bridgton. Downtown Bridgton is a 20-minute drive (13 miles) from your campsite. It offers its visitors a quant downtown filled with local retailers, pubs, restaurants, and of course lakes. Enjoy the beaches of Bridgton’s Crystal Lake which sits on the outer edge of its downtown borders. The towns of Raymond and Windham also offer our visitors numerous beaches, boat launches, restaurants, grocery stores, hardware stores and gas stations. Once again, all within a short drive from your campsite (5 minutes). NEARBY STATE PARKS AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES If your idea of exploring is centered around outdoor activities, then Sebago Lake State Park is a 1,342-acre park that abuts the shores of Sebago Lake. It's one of Maine’s most popular parks. Located in the towns of Casco and Naples, the park is open year-round and is a short 6-7 minute drive (3.6 miles) from your campsite. Within the park you will enjoy protected forests, bike paths and waterfront beaches. Sebago Lake is a deep, 44 square mile glacial lake whose beaches abutt Sebago Lake State Park. The park and the lake host some of Maine's’ best sandy beaches, water sports, fishing, boating, boat rentals, camping, picnic areas, boat launches, extensive woodlands, a wide array of critters, hiking trails, and walking trails. Sebago Park also hosts various play areas for children with slides and swings. The autumn colors are always abundant and beautiful. The entrance and parking lot are wheelchair accessible. If you are an avid hiker, The Queen’s Property is a short drive to numerous mountain ranges, forests, and peaks, all of which contain hundreds of miles of ATV and hiking trails. There are over 25 hiking trails within 10 miles of The Queen's Property and over 115 trails within 20 miles. Oh, and if you love winter sports you will love the Lakes Region. Numerous ski resorts, along with hundreds of miles of cross-country ski and snowmobile trails can be found throughout the area within 20 minutes. The largest resorts are well within a couple of hours drive.
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Simon W.recommends
April 26, 2024
The Queen's Property on Thomas Pond
An Exceptional Place to Camp
The Queen’s Property is absolutely fantastic. It is situated at the end of a private road and surrounded by woodland. It is very serene and not overlooked at all, so you are assured total privacy. The site itself has excellent full hookups (15, 30 and 50A power), including WiFi. There’s a picnic table, outdoor shower (cold water), a superb fire pit with plenty of space to set up your camp chairs as you want them, plus there is a decent charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal). If you prefer to cook with gas, a gas grill can be rented for a nominal charge. Moreover, you are free to walk through the 15 acres of woodland that are yours for the length of your stay, plus there is private access to Thomas Pond. There are plenty of places to eat nearby if you don’t fancy cooking, plus it’s a great base to explore all the lakes region has to offer. The owner, Daniel, is a super friendly guy who really went out of his way to make our stay as awesome as possible. He told us of his plans to make what is already an exceptional place to camp even better, and we can’t wait to come back again.
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Casco, Cumberland, Maine, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Wabanaki (Dawnland Confederacy), N’dakina (Abenaki / Abénaquis), and Pequawket First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Daniel G.Joined in August 2023
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