|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
Quiet lakeside Maine camp for fun all year round.
Has all the amenities and views for a relaxing getaway. Huge deck perfect for barbecuing. Dock with a bench for watching the kids play in the lake by day and to listening to the Loons and stargazing at night. Swim float perfect for sunning and swimming. Boat mooring. Roomy lawn perfect for Frisbee and Whiffle ball. Hill is perfect for sledding in the winter!
Local activities include swimming, canoeing, boating, golf, fishing, hiking, biking, mountain biking, camping, shopping, antique shops, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and seasonal hunting.
Other Attractions: North Conway, NH (Outlet malls, skiing, hiking, restaurants) = 30 Miles (40 Minutes)
Fryeburg, ME (Fryburg Fair - October) = 19 Miles (25 minutes)
Pleasant Mountain Ski Area = 14 miles (20 minutes)
Sunday River Ski Area = 28 Miles (50 minutes +/-)
Jackson Ski Touring (cross country skiing) = 39 Miles (1 Hour)
Oxford Casino = 23 Miles (35 Minutes)
Seasonal Events: Here's a link to some local events.
Fryeburg Fair October 3-10
Maine Blues Festival (June)
Thanks for a GREAT, relaxing & enjoyable stay. We absolutely loved the decor of the house & all the wood & stone. It's a really beautiful spot and we especially love the outdoor areas!
We celebrated New Years with a weekend away in Maine. Steve's property is fantastic, the photos don't do it justice! It was spacious yet cozy and had everything you need for a weekend away. We really enjoyed the exterior fireplace, full kitchen and the open living space. Steve was very responsive and let us know about plowing + shoveling prior to our arrival. It was a great stay overall.
Perfect property for a family with pets. The house was a perfect fit for the 6 adults and two water crazy dogs. We spent most of our time out on the dock and boating. We were fortunate to have beautiful weather all week. The outdoor fireplace was a hit with all!
Our family of 4 recently returned from a week long stay at this lakeside camp in Bridgton. The house is very conveniently located just off Rte 302. The traffic from the road can be heard but it is not disruptive. The house is well equipped, especially the kitchen. The bedrooms are nice and fans were provided for each room which was very nice as we had very warm weather during our stay. The path to the lake is very accessible and has some nice pathway lights so you can see your way to the dock in the dark to stargaze. The edge of the lake is typical Maine- rocky. Totally expected at a Main lakeside camp. The dock is a nice size with 2 benches. There is a mooring that the owner requests to be used for tying up a boat however the owner does not provide a means to get to the mooring. A canoe or kayak would have been nice and made access to the mooring much more accessible. The swim platform was very enjoyable as the sun disappears from the dock early afternoon.
The owner was very responsive when we had questions and very easy to work with. All in all we had a nice week.
Very nice space and clean home. Owners kept in touch and were very pleasant. The home for my family perfectly and kitchen stocked with dishwear and pans, which was a great help. Very convient having a dishwasher! My only complaint is there was no beach, and lots of rocks on the property that was not good for young kids. May skinned knees over the week.
This place was very nice, the kitchen had everything you need, the bathrooms were nice and clean, it has a very nice large deck and a large property. THe house has a large dining table which is great because everyone can sit down together. It is very quiet and peaceful. The dock and swim platform were great. It is a very nice lake. The town of Bridgton has several nice restaurants and things to do. We enjoyed our time here very much.
My family and I stayed at this rental house in July. The swimming was good. There was a nice, well-maintained dock and a float that my children enjoyed. The house was clean and had plenty of space. The kitchen was well-equipped and there were many board games that our family enjoyed playing during our week long stay. Unfortunately, there were some problems with the house and the responsiveness of the owner. Upon arrival there were six full trash bags and two empty boxes on the porch. The owner requested that we move the previous renter's trash to the trash bins. We did so but there were not enough trash bins to put all the trash so we had to find a transfer station to bring the remainder of the trash. Also, twice during our stay it rained in the evening. The roof in the laundry room leaks and we had to clean up large amounts of water on the floor. When we notified the owner he stated that he was aware of the roof leak. Finally, the house has an ant problem. We were constantly finding ants in the kitchen crawling all over the counters. We informed the owner of the ant problem and instead of sending a professional exterminator he sent a woman and her young child who put out ant traps from the local hardware store. The traps were not effective and we had to contend with ants for the duration of our stay.
Western Maine's Lakes Region, skiing, golf, hiking, canoeing, boating, fishing, antiques
Golf: Bridgton Highlands is a challenging 18 hole course about 6 minutes from the house. Very nice course.
The Commons is a driving range about 1.5 Miles from the house.
Point Sebago is in Casco, Maine and about 16 miles away (25 minutes) away. Very nice course.
Sunday River Golf Club in Newry, ME is about 35 miles away (57 minutes). Very nice course.
Other golf courses can be found via
Ski: There is great skiing in the area. Sunday River is the biggest and is about a 50 minute drive. Pleasant Mountain Ski Area is a nice family mountain that is on the other side of town and about 20 minutes away.
North Conway, NH has Cranmore and Attitash.
Jackson Ski Touring (www.jacksonxc.org) has miles upon miles of cross country trails.
|Pet Fee||$100 + Tax|
|Property Damage Protection||$99|