Our trailside cabins are within walking distance to Millinocket and Ambejejus lakes. The cabins are fully furnished and sleep from 2 to 20 people. All linens are provided except bath towels. Click here to view a map of our cabins and lower campground. There is a firepit for your use at each cabin. The grills are for charcoal only (charcoal is not provided) and the burning of anything else in them is prohibited.
Cabin 1 “Fisher House” (Sleeps 10-12) (photos)
The Fisher House has three bedrooms. One has a double and a set of bunks, one has two sets of bunks, and the third has a set of bunks and a double bed. The main area includes a full kitchen, attached bathroom, woodstove, and living area plus 2 more single beds. Propane heat.
Cabin 2 "The Black Bear" (Sleeps 10) (photos)
The Black Bear has a loft with 4 single beds, a bedroom with a single bed, and three sets of bunks located in the main living area. It includes a full kitchen, attached bathroom, and propane heat. This is a true log cabin with a Maine Cottage character.
Antique Cabin - Sleeps 4/5 (photos)
Smallest cabin with inside full bathroom. Located beside the lodge; busy area during restaurant hours until 9 pm. It has one bedroom with a double bed and a set of bunks, small kitchen, bathroom and living area with an additional 2 single beds. Cabin has propane monitored heat and air conditioning.
Cabin 3 "The Owl" - Sleeps 6/8 (photos)
Log cabin with 2 bedrooms with a set of bunks in each room (single on top, double on bottom), kitchen, bathroom and woodstove, propane heat and living area with an additional set of bunks (2).
Sleep Cabin 3 - Sleeps 3 (photos)
Small cabin with built in kitchenette, running water in the sink, and access to campground bathroom. Two single beds and a couch for sleeping.
Boathouse Cabin (photos)
A great little cabin for when you want a real bed after sleeping in a tent for several days, or if there's "no room in the inn"! One room with a double bed and kitchenette (microwave, toaster, and coffee pot.) Access to campground bathrooms.
Icehouse Cabin (photos)
This cabin was originally a storage building for blocks of ice harvested in the winter months from the surrounding lakes for use in other cabins' ice boxes. This recently restored cabin sleeps 6-7. There are 4 twins in the loft and a set of bunks and a double bed in the main living area/kitchen, with lots of open space. Easy access to campground bathrooms. Pets welcome for $25 per pet fee.
Katahdin House - Sleeps 15/20 (minimum 2 nights stay) (photos)
Modern Post and Beam lodge with cathedral ceilings, oak flooring throughout with four bedrooms and an attached suite. Two upstairs bedrooms: One has 3 single beds and the other 1 double bed and 1 bunk bed. Two downstairs bedrooms: One has 1 set of bunks and a queen, the other bedroom has 2 double beds. The attached suite has 1 double bed and 4 twins. The sun porch has a set of bunks. This lodge is secluded with large yard and deck. It has a full cooking kitchen and 1 1/2 baths.