Spacious Eco-Lodge Rental with Bunk Rooms near Dead River in Kingfield, MaineKingfield, Maine (United States of America)
Spacious Eco-Lodge Rental with Bunk Rooms near Dead River in Kingfield, Maine
"As a family, we take annual backpacking trips. Being new to the hut experience, I have learned there is nothing better than ending your long hike at …"
At this spacious eco-lodge rental in Kingfield, Maine, guests will stay in shared bunk rooms with a variety of bunk configurations. Private bunk rooms are available, too, but guests must contact the host if they wish to stay in one of these. The eco-lodge is remote and secluded, situated in the northernmost point of the property, with spectacular views, easy access to the Grand Falls and the Dead River, and accessible by boat.
When guests arrive at the lodge, they will find a spacious great room, a cozy reading area with soft seating, an amazing ambiance, and a breezy screened-in porch. This lodge is equipped with hot showers, toilets, comfortable and heated bunkrooms, and convenient gear drying rooms.
Back outside, this area is best known for its prime fishing conditions, with a lively population of trout and salmon on the Dead River. Guests can also consider the Grand Falls for a spring fishing trip or base camp for a Dead River paddle.
These huts are spacious, architect-designed models of modern but rustic off-the-grid living—featuring vaulted ceilings, crackling wooden stoves, and walls of windows which welcome guests into the common rooms. They are all powered by solar or hydro energy. It is understandable that glampers visit the huts to enjoy an outdoor adventure, but the destination should always be just as rewarding as the journey. Located in the heart of nature, these charming huts include a breezy screened-in porch for guests to relax after a long eventful day and a fire pit to toast marshmallows over while watching the sun go down in the evening.
The food at the huts is outstanding and well known for its impressive back country cuisine. Using locally sourced and organic ingredients whenever possible, guests will receive three unforgettable meals each day. Dinner, breakfast, and a trail lunch are included with overnight stays, and the huts are stocked with delicious baked goods daily.
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
All beds include a mattress and a pillow. Sleeping bags and pillowcases are necessary.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
It is at the discretion of each individual host as to whether the booking can be rescheduled to another available date. If you cancel at any time, you will not receive any refund.
Location and surroundings
Kingfield, Maine (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Guests will be truly overwhelmed with the wide variety of activities there are on offer at this glamping property. Firstly, the trail system at this site is 80 miles long, maintained by a dedicated crew, and is profoundly unforgettable. Featuring winding switchbacks, sandy paths along mountain streams, natural bridges, and incredible views, the trails leading to the huts are some of the best in the world.
Whether guests are into mountain biking in the summer or fat biking in the winter, the Carrabassett Valley region is built for bikes. From wide, flat, gravel trails to technical single track, there is something for every biker, and hut to hut biking is a great way to experience the back country trail system.
Paddling at this glamping site is the perfect summer getaway. Guests have free access to canoes, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards, and can canoe or kayak too. Spring and summer are ideal for fishing in Maine. Anglers typically fish on the Dead River and below Grand Falls. Experienced guides are available to help guests find the perfect spot to cast a line. If guests fancy a swim, they have the choice of standing under a cool mountain waterfall or plunging into a secluded mountain valley lake. From the Carrabassett River to Flagstaff Lake, there are endless spots to take a plunge.