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. Due to insurance policies we are unable to have fires near the cabins. 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.