Cabins are located in midcoast Maine about 6 miles off Route 1. The
lake area is 4,625 acres with a maximum depth of 110 feet. It is home
to large and small mouth bass, yellow and white perch, lake trout,
landlocked salmon, smelt, pickerel, alewife and eel. Every Spring
alewifes climb up the famous alewife ladder into the lake to spawn. The
lake boasts about 8 Bass Tournaments each summer.
lake's watershed is home to loons, osprey, bald eagles and small
mammals. We spotted a moose crossing our parking lot to swim across the
lake one day!
Camden and the Owls Head and Pemaquid Point lighthouses are nearby.
Lobster wharfs are a short drive away where you can enjoy freshly
steamed Maine lobster.