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Spencer Pond Camps

Address:

806 Spencer Pond Road Beaver Cove, ME US 04441

Hours:

Open May - November

Phone:

207-745-1599

Payments Accepted:

cash, check, credit cards

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Six historic wilderness lakeside housekeeping log cabins sit on the shore of scenic Spencer Pond with an incredible view of Maine's second most photographed mountain - Little Spencer. The only cabins on the pond. Open May - November. Many people are enjoying the experience of getting closer to the basic things of life. This we encourage. There is no telephone, wi-fi hookup or electricity from a loud generator running late into the evening to jar your nerves. Cell phone coverage is sporadic at best. Plumbing is "out back" and relaxation is everywhere.Free canoes, kayaks, paddleboat, sailboat, and mountain bikes available for use with cabin rental. Rustic cozy with rocking chairs, screened porches, and quilts. Come experience North Woods magic the way life used to be. Take your family on a vacation that is different where they will be surrounded by natural beauty and completely "off the grid." Offers birding, moose watching, fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, paddling. An authentic wilderness retreat. Great opportunities for artists, photography, and general nature appreciation. Environmentally certified and focused on creating an environment welcoming pets and children of all ages. Operated by a real Maine family, Registered Maine Guides live on site and are available for your questions and customized tours. Plus Dana is a commercial lobsterman and often guests staying during the week late June - early October can pre-order FRESH Maine Lobster delivered to camp when he returns, so you get the best of Maine - the moose, loons, mountains, and lobster!