Hipcamp host Linda W.,
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Large cabin with welcoming front porch overlooking Streaked Mtn. 100 acres of privacy to hike, watch wildlife and just relax. Directly on ATV trails. Lakes, rivers and many hikes in Oxford Hills. Cabin has outside facilities. Off the grid-no electric or running water. 3 gallons of fresh well water provided for drinking and 5 gallons for washing. Four wheel drive is needed to

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Large cabin with welcoming front porch overlooking Streaked Mtn. 100 acres of privacy to hike, watch wildlife and just relax. Directly on ATV trails. Lakes, rivers and many hikes in Oxford Hills. Cabin has outside facilities. Off the grid-no electric or running water. 3 gallons of fresh well water provided for drinking and 5 gallons for washing. Four wheel drive is needed to drive to cabin, (altho recent camper made it up in his car)otherwise short walk uphill through woods.

Due to COVID bring your own linens and kitchen gadgets. There are pots and pans onsite for use. See accommodations for details. Please remember you will be required to remove trash and outhouse compost. Thanks and hope to see you at Lulu's 100 acre wood!

Downtown Norway has quaint shops to browse! Norway Lake has a public beach and boat dock. Many hiking trails nearby-Noyes Mtn, Patch Mnt, Singpole and Streaked Mtn to name a few. ATV trails connect with other towns for many miles and hours of riding. Horseback riding nearby. You will find many many social distancing options in the great outdoors of Oxford Hills!

Lodging provided
Cabin
1 site
Up to 5 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Amenities
Potable water available
Kitchen available
No showers
No picnic table
No wifi
Pack it out
Laundry absent
Have a question? Send Linda a message!
  • Check in: After 1PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 2
  • Accepts bookings: 9 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 10% off
  • Response time: Within 6 hours

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Boating

Norway Lake, Hobbs Pond, Long Lake and many other bodies of water in area.

Fishing

Check out Maine's fish and game site for lots of out of the way fishing spots.

Hiking

Harvard Mine, Overset Pond, Patch Mountain, Singpole Mtn, Streaked Mountain all within 15 minutes. Of course you have Grafton N...Read more

Paddling

Many rivers and ponds locally.

Off-roading (OHV)

Property is directly on Oxford Hills ATV trails

Wildlife watching

The property has an abundance of wild animals and birds.

Biking
Horseback riding
Climbing
Snow sports
Swimming

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Lulu's 100 Acre Wood Cabin in Maine.

Forest

The vibe at Lulu's 100 Acre Wood Cabin

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Hipcamper Derek

A perfect rustic getaway

Derek J.
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September 7th, 2020

We had an amazing experience at the hundred acre wood cabin. A beautiful secluded area and just the right thing! Linda was so accommodating and provided ample maps of local attractions, delicious spring water, and an amazing cabin experience. We enjoyed comfortable beds, a nice roaring fire outside and incredible views across the valley. We were lucky enough to spot a family of turkeys, bats at night time, A rogue raccoon, and constant crickets. Linda was always quick to respond and really, I would change nothing. The cabin is located on the hillside and the drive up, what an experience in itself!

Hipcamper Linda
Response from Linda, the Host, on September 7th, 2020

Thanks Derek, so happy to share my 100 acre wood and beautiful Oxford Hills with your family! It was a great experience having you as our first guests. The area was left spotless and glad you made it up the “road “ without 4 wheel drive. Come back and visit anytime!

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Hipcamper Lindsey

Perfect serenity

Lindsey S.
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September 19th, 2020

It was awesome! No complaints at all. A rustic, primitive cabin, frame and plywood, no insulation, cozy decorations, and no electricity or water. Exactly the right blend of roughing it and relaxing in comfort. Bring propane cylinders for the camp stove and lantern, and be sure to enjoy the water you can get from the spring a mile away. Wonderful experience and hope to be back in the spring!

Hipcamper Linda
Response from Linda, the Host, on September 20th, 2020

So happy you enjoyed! The water is a perk!! You were perfect guests and do hope you return! There’s so much to see. I hope to have an outdoor(off grid) kitchen by next spring.... clearing the spot this week higher on the hill for better views!

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Hipcamper Aimee

Perfectly relaxing stay!

Aimee H.
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October 13th, 2020

Linda was a great host, she reached out soon as we booked, answered all our questions, and was just a text away if we needed anything during our stay (we had verizon and at&t service). Thankfully everything we needed was provided- we loved the outdoor kitchen set up to cook all our meals; we brought our own campstove, but there were two there to use, just bring propane. Linda also provided a little dish washing station, pots/pans, enamel mugs and plates, paper towels, lighters, folding chairs, some games, even an orange vest for our walks in the woods. Lovely fall foliage. The views were incredible, even from the outhouse! We visited in October 2020 and spent most of our time on the deck or exploring the many trails leading from the cabin. We had a subaru crosstrek and toyota tacoma easily make it up the short driveway with some maneuvering around the bumps. The beds were very comfy and the cabin was much larger than we expected. We loved the firepit overlooking the scenery and brought our own wood, but appreciated that we could just grab some downed branches from around the property. We didn't see any wildlife aside from a bald eagle overhead and nearby owls making noise at night. You can hear the road down below the cabin, but it wasn't bothersome as there were only a few passing cars. We also brought our own portable propane heater (mr. buddy) but we didn't end up using it, the cabin was warm during our stay. Very peaceful setting, we will be back!

sunrise one October morning, from the deck.Views from the trails above the red roof of the cabinthe outhouse, as seen from the cabin deck.gorgeous views, even from the outhouse!
Hipcamper Linda
Response from Linda, the Host, on October 14th, 2020

Hey Aimee, it makes me very happy that you and your family enjoyed the 100 acre! It was a beautiful weekend to enjoy the colors of Maine. You were fantastic guests! Look forward to your return. God bless yas!

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Hipcamper Colin H.
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October 5th, 2020
Property
100 Acre Wood Cabin
State
Maine
Country
United States
$85/night
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