Rustic Glamping Tent with a Large Fire Pit in Porter near the Lakes Region of MainePorter, Maine (United States)
Rustic Glamping Tent with a Large Fire Pit in Porter near the Lakes Region of Maine
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Outside, glampers can relax and unwind in the outdoor living space where there are comfy chairs to sit back on and enjoy a morning cup of coffee, hot of the fire pit. When hunger strikes, glampers can fire up the grill and cook a delicious dinner before gathering around the fire to roast sticky marshmallows. This is the ideal spot for glampers to disconnect from the nuances of everyday life and reconnect with each other and the surrounding natural beauty.
If you cancel 7 days or more prior to check-in.
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Fire pit
- Shared Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
- Picnic area
Location + Surroundings
Nearby local services
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
This incredible glamping experience is located in the foothills of the sublime White Mountains and is a great base for outdoor lovers to discover and explore a wealth of natural attractions and recreation. White Mountain National Forest is crossed by the White Mountain Trail and a part of the Appalachian Trail, attracting many hikers and nature enthusiasts to enjoy scenic walks or challenging hikes. Avid anglers can cast a line in Bickford Pond, a glacial pond stocked with brook and brown trout, while during the winter, glampers can hop on a snowmobile and glide across frozen lakes or strap on their boots for some thrilling downhill skiing at Shawnee Peak.
For those wanting to venture out, the Lakes Region offers adventure throughout the year with summer concerts in parks, swimming, boating, and reeling in salmon and bass during the springtime.
Check-in: 12:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Some spaces are shared
Smoking is not permitted on site.
Pets are welcome.
Glampers should look out for ticks, poison ivy, oak, and sumac.
Glampers are asked not to carve their names into the trees or cut down trees.
The tent should be zipped up and clean before departure and trash should be taken to the designated area.