Eustis, ME, USA

Eustis, ME, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 174 vacation rentals near Eustis. From 90 condos to 48 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Eustis for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

A sleepy mountain town with lots to offer

Situated at the western end of Flagstaff Lake, your Eustis vacation rental in this sleepy, yet pristine, Maine town will recharge the batteries and give you time for relaxation and contemplation. Eustis and the nearby village of Stratton are picturesque examples of Maine life with brightly painted wooden houses and soaring pines, set in the shadow of the impressive Bigelow Mountains. A part of Western Maine undiscovered by most visitors, Eustis is full of rustic charm and community spirit, set beside an unspoiled lake with scenic waterfalls and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

Fun on the slopes all year round

Although the town's residents number under 1,000, there is a host of activities waiting for you outside your Eustis vacation rental. Small though the town may be, its backyard is vast. Sheltered between some of Maine's highest peaks, this low-lying mountain township has access to extreme summer and winter sporting activities. Summer visitors can enjoy whitewater rafting, narrow gauge off-road mountain bike and ATV trails or high wire zip lines. Those who come in the winter months will find themselves treated to skiing, ice skating and snowmobiling opportunities.

Discover the lost towns under Flagstaff Lake

The vast expanse of Flagstaff Lake is best experienced on a scenic boat tour. When you leave your Eustis vacation rental to take a leisurely private ride aboard a pontoon boat, your guide will explain the history of the majestic surrounding natural landscape. You'll also learn how the 3 towns were lost below your feet when the Dead River was dammed to provide a water source for hydroelectric power downstream. All of this outdoor activity is likely to work up a mighty appetite. Luckily, Eustis has a handful of well-reviewed local restaurants offering up hearty and warming all-American classics.

Mountain views worth seeing in any season

Like the rest of inland Maine, the town enjoys warm summer months and cold winters, but the crackling log fire in your Eustis vacation rental will keep you nice and cozy off season. Proximity to some of the largest mountains in the state makes the town of Eustis and the surrounding countryside a winter wonderland from November through to the end of March. During the high season, the temperate climate of the region makes outdoor activities like trekking through the wooded landscape – dappled in sunlight yet out of the sun's glare – a real joy.

You can't escape the wildlife

The mountains near Eustis teem with wildlife for most of the year. If you head out into the wilderness, you will likely spot herds of moose in the upland pine forests around Bigelow, Saddleback and Sugarloaf. With such elevated, rugged landscape, the area is home to a wide range of very localized species of birds. Many visitors come here specifically to spot yellow-bellied flycatchers and black-backed woodpeckers. Park rangers and the visitors' centers they manage are full of information on these native birds and serious ornithologists will find company in fellow enthusiasts across the region.