Extraordinary Dog-Friendly Vacation Rental for Families near Moosehead Lake, Maine
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The main level has an open-space plan, where guests will find a living area, a dining area, and a fully-equipped kitchen. Guests can gather on the two sofas and armchair in the living area and warm up by the fireplace, or around the four-person dining table. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with a refrigerator, a stove, an oven, a dishwasher, a microwave, a tea kettle, a coffeemaker, a toaster, a blender, and a small breakfast bar for two. Other amenities include a foosball table, lots of books, Wi-Fi, a DVD player, and a washer and dryer.
Outside, guests will find a large deck overlooking the lake. On the deck, there is a gas barbecue grill for evening gathering and outdoor dining. There is also a patio leading to a private dock, where glampers can go fishing, swimming, or boating.
- Private Lounge/Living room
- King-size bed
- Running water
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Outdoor furniture
- Dining room
- Breakfast bar
- Dining table
- Linens and pillows
- Tea kettle
- Twin/Single bed
- BR/DVD player
- Washing machine
- Cooking basics
- Shared Barbecue
Location + Surroundings
The vast Nahmakanta Public Reserved Land, a beautiful park with lakes, lush greenery, wildlife, and tall forest trees, spreads east and south from the property. A little further up north is the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area, a dense forest with campsites, lakes, and trails. The region is also known for the Appalachian Mountain Club 100 Mile Wilderness Conservation Area and the Big Moose and Borestone mountains.
There are two international airports about the same distance from the property; one of them is the Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport in Quebec City, Canada, and the other is Portland International Jetport.
- Water sports
- Winter sports
- Whitewater rafting
This property on the shores of First Roach Pond in Kokadjo, Maine, is the ideal year-round destination. Maine’s lakes and rivers are some of the top outdoor locations during summer months, while winter months are for exploring the region’s mountains.
There is plenty to do at the property too, as it sits on the shores of a pond and has a private dock area. Glampers can go fishing on the dock, jump into the water for a quick swim, or take their boat on the pond. On cloudy days, guests can stay indoors by the fireplace and watch movies or play foosball.
Water sports enthusiasts have plenty of other alternatives to choose from, including kayaking, canoeing, and rafting. Mountaineers will enjoy this area no matter the season. Snow-free months are for hiking and climbing the Big Moose Mountain and Borestone Mountain, but as soon as winter snow settles on Maine’s mountain peaks, it is time for skiing, snowshoeing, and snowboarding at Big Squaw Mountain Resort. Other things to do in this part of Maine include going on a sightseeing and wildlife viewing tour or on an off-road or ATV tour.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared
Pets are welcome with a limit of two dogs.