Nestled high on Blue Ridge in the lakeside village of Rockwood, Maine this fully furnished cabin sleeps 4 comfortably. Bedding and pillows are provided. Electric range, cookware, dishes, refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster, microwave included. TV with DVDs. Dining for 4. Rockers. Sleeper loveseat. Wood stove. Campfire pit with 4 camp chairs. Hammock. Webber portable grill. O
Nestled high on Blue Ridge in the lakeside village of Rockwood, Maine this fully furnished cabin sleeps 4 comfortably. Bedding and pillows are provided. Electric range, cookware, dishes, refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster, microwave included. TV with DVDs. Dining for 4. Rockers. Sleeper loveseat. Wood stove. Campfire pit with 4 camp chairs. Hammock. Webber portable grill. Outhouse.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 3 nights
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Moosehead Mountain Camp, private in Maine.
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Good location for outdoor adventure
Beautiful location --- very quiet, with lots of recreational options from short easy hikes to longer, more challenging adventures. When I had questions, Amy responded within a few minutes. For a small cabin it felt like there were plenty of choices for hanging out, including a front deck, a hammock and a firepit in the back with camp chairs. Kitchen had the essentials so I could cook meals. This is an easy place to stay.
Good place to crash for a few nights near Moosehead Lake. Loved the movie collection! Cozy space, very quiet. If you are looking for a step up from a tent camping experience this is a great option.
Great camp for exploring the area!
Amy and Steve own the local Gray Ghost Camps which are cabins on the Moose River, a 10 minute walk from this cabin.
This cabin is about a 1/4 mile up a dead-end dirt road, about 25 ft. from the road. You are in the woods, though a few hundred yards from other small camps. The setting is quiet and relatively private and you can easily walk down to the river, hop on a kayak or SUP at Gray Ghost and paddle about 20 minutes and be right on Moosehead lake! You can also just explore the river and paddle downriver and eventually the dwellings thin out and it's very peaceful (though water level was pretty low in Aug '20).
The cabin was great for me; the basics for anyone fine with a solar shower (though you can heat the water on the electric stove), and very nice outhouse (real seat and very clean!). There is a microwave, wood stove, electric stove and oven, coffee maker, small fridge and pots and pans. You are provided with 10 gallons of water, but I didn't even use all of it for a 5-night stay. Bed was comfy and there is a nice glider and couch. If you are using the upstairs twin beds, beware of the very heavy hinged wooden staircase that must be lowered from the wall using a simple pulley. Not hard, but heavy. The cabin was very clean and in good shape. There is an old camp journal on the shelf, take a peak for fun....
This was a great base for me but keep in mind that Rockwood is a small community. You'll need to hop in the car to get to the closest basic convenience store and groceries are 20 miles (25 minute drive) in Greenville. Hiking trails are about 20 minutes away, definitely check out Big and Little Moose hikes! The ferry to Mt. Kineo is about 10 minutes away, this is must-do, hike to the top for the views and then around the perimeter, not-to-be missed!
I was very happy to stay here. If you are a family looking to lounge about, you might want a place closer to the water with a little more space (or closer to Greenville) but this is ideal for anyone who plans to be out and about exploring during the day. Amy was friendly and available and a big thanks to Monica who gets an enthusiastic two thumbs up for her expert local knowledge of all the places to explore. Definitely talk to them for ideas. I was a happy hipcamper and hope to be back.