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Let the music of rushing whitewater and the solitude of Maine's
100-Mile Wilderness lull you into a week-long daydream in this cozy
housekeeping cabin on the banks of picturesque Big Wilson Stream.
Your very own 2,500-foot stretch of river tumbles over a stepped
waterfall, ambles in a deep pool fit for a summertime swim, and
carves its way through a field of polished slate.
Nestled into 25 acres of stately dogwood, spruce, poplar and maple,
this north woods retreat offers a gallery-perfect setting for your
family vacation, accommodating 6-8 guests comfortably. A private
picnic area, complete with picnic table, pole-mounted charcoal
barbecue, fire ring, and Adirondack chairs, lends a park-like
atmosphere to your outings, without having to venture further than
your own back yard.
The adventurous among you can make daily treks to Borestone Mountain,
Little Wilson Falls, and Big Wilson Cliffs, all within 2.5 miles of
home base. You'll cross paths with Appalachian Trail hikers coming
down from Mount Katahdin and through the Gulf Hagas, Maine's answer
to the Grand Canyon. Little Greenwood Pond and larger Lake Onawa
beckon to the east, with miles of wilderness shoreline to explore by
boat. Or, commune with the river itself, paddling or packing to
nearby landmarks like Tobey Falls, Salmon Hole, and the suspension
bridge underpass in Willimantic.
Back at camp, barbecue your meals on the oversized deck, overlooking
the river, or retire indoors to a country kitchen / great room with a
hearth & wood stove, soaring ceilings, and 180-degree views of the
gently sloping north woods. By night, snuggle down into one of the
two main-floor bedrooms, or the sleeping loft, and let the river
sing you a lullaby, unaccompanied by the noises of civilization.
For an occasional fix of north woods hospitality or to restock your
provisions, there are eateries and camp stores in nearby Monson (8
miles, via winding Elliotsville Road) and Greenville (15 miles north
of Monson on Route 6/15). Keep an eye out along the way, especially
passing by boggy areas. You are in Moose Country!
* Whitewater Rafting
* Downhill Skiing
* X-Country Skiing
* Hiking Trails
* Biking Trails
* Water Skiing
* Air Service
* Scenic Photography
* Bird Watching
* Moose Watching
* Nature Preserve
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.