Beautiful 6 bedroom house with all the amenities located walking distance from a nine-hole golf course with a bar, serving three meals daily. Four wheeling and snowmobiling trails in the backyard. Boat docks and beach area on site as well a sandy public beach w/children's playground and volleyball court 3/4 of a mile away. Jet skies, pontoon boats, snowmobiles and four- wheeler rentals available nearby.
FISHERMEN-one group this spring caught 86 salmon& trout in 1 weeks stay (4-6 lb salmon w/ an occasional 8+lb)
SNOWMOBILER & 4 WHEELER RIDERS-Major ITS Trails adjacent to property- Excellent trails- none better!
GOLFERS- Walk to the golf course
VACATIONERS- you'll love the areas tranquility and enjoy the local people even more!!!
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RENTAL EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE!!!: Want to golf, you can rent clubs.
Want to snowmobile or ride 4 wheeler- you can rent those also.
Want to fish or ride on a party boat or jet ski ?- yep, you can rent those also
Canoes and kayaks are also rented nearby so come and enjoy your vacation with us- we're sure you won't regret it!!!!
Local surrounding communities include Madawaska, St.Agatha, Frenchville, and Fort Kent. We are located minutes away from the Canadien border and only 3 hours from Quebec City.We are located 1 hour from the famous Allagash Waterway area and North Maine Woods entrance gates. Fort Kent has hosted 2 World Cup Biathalon Competitions in the last few years and is always hosting events ranging from the Ploye festival, Scarecrow Festival, Muskie fishing tournaments to the 250 mile CanAm dog musher races. It also offers Lonesome Pine Ski tow for those who love to ski!
Madawaska has it's Acadien Festival every summer and is preparing to host a 40,000 person World Acadien Congress jointly w/ Canada's cross border city of Edmundston in 2014. The Valley's strong French roots will be show cased like never before!
Located in northern Maine w/ access to the famous Allagash and North Maine Woods area. Located at the head of the Fish River chain of lakes which include Long, Mud, Cross, Square and Eagle Lake.