, The Resort offers 19 Cabins or Guest Houses lakeside with premier views of Mt. Katahdin on Millinocket Lake and just 8 miles before Baxter State Park. They are fully and very well equipped. We also offer camping just 2 miles before Baxter State Park. A perfect location to stage any outdoor adventures from Moose & Wildlife Tours, Snowmobile Rentals, Rafting for every age and ability, Canoeing, Kayaking, Fishing, Family Reunions, Weddings, and our River Drivers Restaurant is located in town on the banks of the Penobscot River.
Katahdin Forest Cabins
Address: 4 Hill St.
Phone: 1-877-6-CABINS or 207-723-2105
Here is what you can do at the Katahdin Forest Cabins year-round: you can enjoy a complete wilderness experience in our working forest. You can hike a mountain, paddle the Penobscot in a canoe, whitewater kayak or whitewater raft. Perhaps you would like to pick berries, listen to loons, tour colorful fall foliage, fish area streams and ponds to your heart's content, or simply sit back and watch the sun set on Katahdin. Cross-country ski and snowmobile over miles of trails or do absolutely nothing but enjoy the whisper of the wind play in the trees.
Bowlin Camps Lodge
Address: T5R8 Bowlin Camp Road
Katahdin Air Service Inc.
Address: Golden Road
Serving Northern Maine’s most remote regions since 1947.
- Canoe Trips
- Appalachian Trail Drops and Supply
- Fishing Trips
- Area Tours/ Moose Tours
- Sporting Camp & Remote Cabin Shuttles
All Flights are Wildlife Intensive
Shin Pond Village
Address: 1489 Shin Pond Road
City: Mt Chase
Nahmakanta Lake Cabins
Address: Nahmakanta Lake
A truly authentic wilderness camp on sparkling, spring-fed "Nahmakanta", often called Maine's most beautiful lake. Surrounding us is an enormous wilderness preserve that is home to an amazing variety of wildlife including a large moose population and over 100 species of birds. Newly-restored waterfront log guest cabins and historic 19th-century dining lodge where we serve delicious home-cooked meals daily. Many miles of maintained hiking trails lead to scenic gorges, spectacular overlooks, towering pine forests, and dozens of back-country lakes where anglers catch salmon, lake trout and wild brook trout up to five pounds...! Canoeing, kayaking, swimming, hiking... or just relaxing...! 45 miles from town on good gravel roads. Call 207-731-8888 or web: www.nahmakanta.com or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lake Road House
Address: 220 Bates Street
Phone: (207) 356-8336
Address: 352 Stickney Hill Road