Enjoy 860 private acres in the natural foothills of Southern Maine - where you'll be met with only 3 beautiful water front log cabins with every ammenity of home.
65 inch HD TV with every satallite station, Internet, air conditioning, heat, full linens, towels, Top of the line handmade Amish log Furniture throughout, Gel-Foam memory mattresses for the best night sleep ever, fully ammenitized stainless steal kitchen to serve and seat 6, Keurig coffee maker with starter coffee, master bedroom with King size bed, dresser drawers and second bedroom with bunk bed, with Queen bottom and Double top with dresser drawers, living room with Queen pull-out couch. Bathroom shower with instant gas hot water, towels, toilet paper, soap and shampoo, and plenty of cleaning supplies. We also have washers and dryers on site.
Outside, sit on your deck while enjoying the spectacular waterfront and mountain views. Weber gas BBQ , picnic table, fire pit, Adirondack chairs., Free firewood. Enjoy privacy. No need to bring bottle water, we have the purest well water around.
Explore 850 private acres of trails, pristine mountains rivers and ponds. 'Historians', historic moonshine caves, 400 year old stone foundations and stone perimeter walls and civil war cemeteries. Bring the metal detectors and find buried treasures. Or, bring all your toys and enjoy quadding, mountain-biking, hiking and fully stocked fishing ponds for some of Maine's best fishing with a fleet of free boats, kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, and row boats, relax and swim at our spring and mountain fed natural pond with a sandy beach & bottom. For the kids we have a ship and castle playground with its own moat and swings. '
Dog lovers', we have a large dog park.
free game room with pool table, internet, two 72 inch TVs, air hockey, shuffleboard table, table tennis, slots, and pinball machine or a friendly game of poker on our professional poker table. and 4 full baths.
Although you may feel away from it all, we are only 8 miles from shopping , great resturaunts, and groceries in the nearby town of Cornish. Also, 8 miles to the 2nd largest lake in Maine (Lake Sebago)