What do you think of when you dream of vacationing on one of Maine's great lakes?
Wouldn't you like to stay at a camp (cottage, for you non-Mainers) that looks like it belongs in the Maine woods next to a lake? Interior walls should be knotty pine, highlighted by scenic prints of northern New England. You would want the rustic feeling with the necessary conveniences like TV, cable, internet, radio, microwave, fridge, stove, and shower (of course we have running water and toilets). And how does a "rainy day" library sound, with a standing policy that if your stay is over but the story isn't, just take the book home with you?
Do you think of long walks on a peaceful camp road, waving hello to your temporary neighbors as you enjoy the scent of tall pines? How about sunsets glistening off of the water's surface and loons serenading through your open bedroom window as you fall asleep?
The camp would need a porch or deck to sit and look out at the beauty of the lake. There would need to be a dock for swimming and mooring your boat. How would you like the ability to rent a canoe or kayak in town for use to explore the coastline of the lake? And don't forget that some of the best fishing in Maine is in the Belgrade Lakes Region.
If this is your vision of a great Maine lakefront vacation, then you have come to the right destination.
To find out more, take a visual tour of our Peninsula Pines lakefront camp on Long Pond by clicking here and see if our camp fits into your vacation needs (and wants).