We have enjoyed the cabin for many years and strive to maintain its nostalgic charm. It sits peacefully on the shore of Cobbossee Stream, nestled under a canopy of old growth hemlock and pine. You will hear the loons as well as osprey, eagles, ducks, herons and geese. It's a great place to kayak and enjoy the day. Light a fire in the pit and in the dark, go to the shore and watch the stars.
If you are looking for a rustic, old, campy setting, then you have found the right place. The cabin is a one room with a screen porch. There is a double boxspring and mattress on the main floor. The sleeping loft has a queen size foam mattress.
~PLEASE NOTE~The bathroom is not in the cabin. It is in a private, rustic, old building, cross the yard and is fully plumbed with a toilet, hot shower and basin.
Zugang für Gäste
Generally, the cabin will be opened just prior to guest arrival with the key on the kitchen table. At departure, it can be left unlocked and the key left on the table.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We have had much success with having our guest let themselves in and are and only a phone call away if needed.
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The stream is known for it's growth of wild rice. It springs up around the first of July and stays for the remainder of the season. Casting off the dock might not be possible. Swimming is not advertised due to the wilder rice, but it never stopped us from enjoying the water. There is gravely footing in front of the camp to launch yourself on your tube to float out to the deeper water on those hot summer days. It can be just so peaceful.
- Small peaceful gatherings are welcome
- Dogs are welcome as long as they are not a nuisance to the neighborhood and are safe. Please clean up after your pet.
- This facility is not to be considered as child proof, although families are welcome.
- No smoking in the cabin or porch. Smoking is allowed outside. Please do not leave litter.
We have cared for and loved this camp since the 80's. Over the years we have made upgrades, while maintaining its nostalgic charm of the 60's. We have always had horses, dogs and cats. Throughout the years, we've had cattle and sheep and enjoy gardening.