|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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As featured in Conde Nast's Bon Appetit magazine (August, 2016), the Babb Camp was built in 1880 and retains most of its original features. On Megunticook Lake, the largest freshwater body in the mid-coast region, the camp includes 5+ bedrooms, a separate kitchen, combined dining room and living room, a separate TV room, and, outside, a large family porch and immediate lakefront access. It is only 3 miles from the charms of the ocean-front town of Camden, with its many wonderful restaurants and shops, as well as a variety of opportunities to experience Penobscot Bay.
This is one of the first camps built on Megunticook Lake in the late 1800's by the Babb Family, with 180 degree views of the lake, the Fernald's Neck nature preserve, Maiden Cliff, and the Camden Hills. The camp was featured in Conde Nast's Bon Appetit magazine (August 2016 edition).
Positioned to have the finest views of Megunticook Lake and the Camden Hills; excellent deep water swimming off dock.
We just came back from the most amazing week at this camp. Nobody wanted to leave!! The house was perfect for our large family and after active days swimming and hiking, we were able to spend time enjoying meals at the farmers table or playing board games in the living room. The porch is as beautiful as it appears in the photos; you can relax and read a book or just sit and look at the water and mountains while listening to the loons call. The dock was ideal for swimming, canoeing, paddle boarding and fishing. We really didn't have to ever leave the camp but when we did, everything was only a short distance away- hiking, dining, rock climbing, farmers market, shopping, groceries etc. What a great spot. We feel so fortunate to have found it.
Fabulous old school antique camp style home from 1890. Capacity for 10 even on the porch and dining area. Best views of lake Megunticook with Maiden cliffs and Mt. Megunticook in the back ground. The dock makes access to your watercrafts a breeze. A bald eagle even roosts right near the camp almost every day. Close to great hiking, shopping in Camden if you need too, but best to relax and enjoy this wonderful spot.
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Peak Season 2017
Jun 11 2017 - Sep 10 2017
Changeover Day: Sunday
7 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $5 per night, per additional guest|
|Property Damage Protection||$99|