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Authentic Log Cabin Rental near Baxter State Park in Patten, Maine

Patten, Maine (United States)

Authentic Log Cabin Rental near Baxter State Park in Patten, Maine

New accommodation
Cabin
4 guests
1 Private Bathroom
Entire Cabin
Pets allowed

This authentic log cabin is located on a hunting resort in the heart of every outdoor lover’s paradise near Baxter State Park in Patten, Maine, and sleeps up to four guests. The cabin boasts an open floor plan with a single room featuring four single log post beds and a bathroom, which has a sink, a toilet, and a standing shower. Linens, towels, and daily maid service are provided.

This accommodation has natural log wood paneling, lovely hardwood flooring, and minimal, but homey décor. There is a dining table, as well as a cozy wood-burning stove, perfect for warming up after a long day out in north-central Maine.

Outside, a deck with seating offers tranquil views of the surrounding forest and campgrounds, and allows guests to truly get away from it all.

Situated on the Penobscot River, this glamping site provides direct water access and canoes so that guests can bring their own fishing gear or go canoeing right off the river banks. A five-stand pavilion designed for shooting practice with traps and targets is also available on site along with a fire pit for those waiting their turn for a run. Within walking distance of the cabins, the main lodge is where guests can find Wi-Fi, satellite television, a heated public bathroom with electricity, and a dining hall, which serves three meals a day.

4 beds

  • 4 Twin/Single beds

Features and Services

  • Fireplace
  • Ski-in/out access
  • Pick-up/Drop-off
  • Shuttle
  • Shared Barbecue
  • Firewood
  • Shower
  • Hot water
  • Linens and pillows

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Accommodation Rules

  • Check-in: 03:00 PM
  • Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • Pets allowed
  • No smoking
  • No parties
  • Some spaces are shared
Kids under five years old can glamp for free, and kids between ages five and nine stay for half price.

Dogs are welcome for an additional nightly charge, but glampers are asked to keep them kenneled inside and on a leash when unattended outdoors.

All cabins are non-smoking, and an extra fee will be applied after checkout if guests have broken this policy.

Power is generated on site for six hours each day. If guests need additional power for medical reasons, they should contact staff prior to arrival.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 7 days
Moderate: You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
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Location & Surroundings

Patten, Maine (United States)

Detailed location provided after booking

Activities

  • Winter sports
  • Biking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Boating/Sailing
  • Wildlife watching
  • Hunting

One of the main attractions to this area is the impressive bird and bear hunting in the neighboring forests. Grouse, deer, and moose are just some of the other wildlife that guests can find during their respective hunting seasons. North-central Maine is also a great place to practice plenty of water sports like canoeing or kayaking on the Penobscot or Seboeis River, swimming in Matagamon Lake, and fishing for landlocked salmon, small mouth bass, and brook trout. Glampers easily fill their days discovering the surrounding natural beauty by exploring the Katahdin Woods and Water National Monument, climbing to the peak of Mt. Katahdin, snowmobiling on the North ITS-85 trail, mountain biking from camp to the lookout, or hiking to beautiful nearby waterfalls like Shin Falls and Sawtelle Falls. When glampers want to relax, they can wander through the cozy Amish country stores, take a stroll through the tranquil woods near camp to watch for wildlife, or simply curl up by the fire with a good book.

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