Our family camp has been a oasis for us for decades and now it can be yours! Listen to the loons song in the morning with a cup of coffee and enjoy all of the joys of summer camp life on the water (Swimming, kayaking, fishing, etc.)
There is ample parking for up to three vehicles just make sure to leave space for the neighbors to pass by to get to their houses.
The shed next to the parking area will be locked but behind it is where you will find the trash and recycling bins. Please remember in Maine we do recycle plastics and paper products. We also separately collect and recycle "returnables" (any can or bottled product that has a .05 cent deposit) All of these efforts keeps the lake and Maine clean!
The grill of the back main entrance is there to use and by all means use it! Just make sure to treat it well so our other guest will be able to enjoy and make sure to shut off propane valves when not in use (don't want to burn the place down).
Camp also has its own private dock attached to a sizable deck to have those family meals right on the lake! Take caution when entering and exiting the lake because rocks on the water do get slippery and you don't want a bruise/bump to remember your stay.
There are kayaks and a canoe for you to enjoy the crystal clear water just make sure to wear a life vest and take bottled water and sunscreen with you. It does get hot out on the lake! Also be cautious of motor boats and stick to the shoreline when paddle boating.
The camp is a camp meaning that it has running water, a hot shower and electricity but it is a tighter space inside for a large group of people but during the summer months you will want to be outside most of the day. The hot water tank is also a fair 60 gallon tank so let it have time to recover between showers.
The entire building is open to you. The only locked space is the small shed out back next to the parking area.
The surrounding area offers a wide variety of outdoor exploration not just lakeside fun and if you would like info on the area or recommendations on where to go we are always a phone call away to help guide you in the right direction.
Summer in Maine can be a fickle thing, it may rain, stay sunny, get a little chilly, or a wind storm could come through. Make sure to pack appropriately by including a comfy sweater and some pants just in case.
1.) Please be respectful of the neighbors. The camps are close together. Most of the neighbors are full time residents and have to work. Let's not keep them up all night.
2.) Place trash in the covered containers by the shed. (Animals will get into trash that has been left out)
3.) There is garbage disposal in the sink, please do not also put grease or food down the drains.
4.) Close all tank valves on the grill after every use.
5.) Children must be supervised by an adult at all times when outside! The water does get very deep. We suggest bringing life vest for the little ones.
6.) No Smoking in camp
7.) No pets
8.) Water in the camp is directly pumped from lake so it is good for cooking and cleaning but you will want to bring bottled water as well.
9.) Please leave the camp in the same condition you found it in. AKA dishes washed, equipment stowed away, rooms clean, and yard picked up.
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