- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Peace pipe point in Maine.
The vibe at Peace pipe point
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Cleanest porta potty ever!
The campsite was on a lovely river, and we were the only folks around, which felt very comfortable and safe. We enjoyed the fire, and noted that the Porta Potty was the cleanest we'd ever encountered - thank you! The site, indeed the entire camp area, could have used a quick once over. There are actually 2 campsites, and room for many other tents. The most private site had quite a bit of trash in it, and so we opted for the less private, but cleaner site. There was plenty of firewood available, for which we were grateful, but our fire pit hadn't been cleaned out since used by the previous folks. Also, potential renters should note that - at no fault of the owners - this location has very hungry mosquitoes, so come prepared! The smoke from the fire was inadequate to keep them at bay. All in all, a positive experience, but I would encourage the owners to make a quick sweep of the sites and clean them out prior to having new folks stay. Thank you for the lovely location and the opportunity to sleep near the gorgeous Sebaticook River!
Simply a great spot
This is a simply wonderful spot along the river, far preferable to almost any campground sites you 'd pay the same money for. There were some other tents between the small house and the river, but it wasn't clear if anyone was staying in them, and the river site feels very private. We were there in mid-September and it was fairly buggy, perhaps because of the marshy areas along the river, but the bugs weren't biting. From where you park it's about 30 yards' walk to the campsite. There was another tent site at the furthest driving point, and we actually put our tent there to have it near the vehicle, but this site is not the one pictured in the listing. Both tent sites had great river views and wood chips nicely laid down for drainage and keeping the tents clean. We were traveling with a Ford Transit van and just barely squeezed between some rocks and trees to get to the end of the driveable area -- be very careful before attempting that in a large vehicle, especially as the rocks are hard to see. We never met the host Floyd but he answered our questions promptly and cheerfully. Be careful with the directions, as the Google Maps link on the listing put the site on the east side of the river, and Google Maps puts the address at the wrong spot also. The site is on the west side of the river, and the driveway is off Rte. 100, just south of what Google Maps indicates is "Eeelweir Rd."