This historic log camp (early 1900's) on the North shore of Rangeley Lake has a new log addition which includes a modern kitchen, 1.5 baths, and a washer/dryer. There is a gas log stove in the historic camp, and a Rinnai gas heater in the new addition.
This 2-bedroom/1.5-bath cabin is just 75 feet from the lake with a non-motorized boat launch/shared access swimming area 100 feet from the cabin. It's surrounded by birches, maples, cedars, and pines. Abundant raspberries and blueberries nearby in season.
AVAILABLE MEMORIAL DAY THROUGH MID-OCTOBER
DirecTV/DVD/VCR for rainy days/cabin fever.
PROPERTY IS ADJACENT TO AWAHNEE CABIN (#217363) AND LOON COTTAGE (#217364) WHICH ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR RENT.
Enjoy frequent deer and other wildlife sightings -- and the occasional moose! Hear loons at night!
The Rangeley Lakes Region in Western Maine has been a tourist destination for well over a century. The area boasts an abundance of lakes, streams, mountains and forests which offer a host of outdoor activities. The town of Rangeley, incorporated in 1855, represents small town atmosphere at its finest, with a wonderful library and waterfront park, marina, antique, gift, and ice cream shops, movie theater, historical society, IGA, and over a dozen restaurants from casual to fine dining.
The Appalacian trail traverses the 3-4,000 foot mountains that surround Rangeley and Mooselookmeguntic lakes. Hiking trails abound. Wildlife sitings from moose, loons, deer and fox are common. The town hosts a variety of summer activities, including a concert series and a blueberry festival. Moose sightings are common along route 16 from Rangeley to Stratton, and the cry of the loon can be heard most nights.
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