Bob Marley, the comedian from Maine, says, “Camp is a structure next to a body of water… It isn’t a ‘Cabin’ or a ‘lake house’ and it sure isn’t a ‘cottage’! You don’t go down to camp or over to camp… You go UPTA camp!”
Available for rent – summer of 2018. Camp Pine Needles, located on beautiful Little Ossipee Lake in Waterboro, ME. Our season starts Memorial Day weekend and ends the end of September, as there is no central heat or fireplace in the camp. It is a true summer place.
Little Ossipee Lake has an area of 564 acres maximum depth of 72 feet. The water is crystal clear and is fantastic for swimming or boating.
Camp Pine Needle was built in the 1940s and is 24 feet by 24 feet with a full view of Little Ossipee Lake. It has one bedroom with a full-size bed, a trundle bed and a pullout sleep sofa. It has a newly redone kitchen with refrigerator and small stove and oven with all the cooking utensils and dishes and silverware. It has a microwave, toaster oven, toaster, coffee maker and a 32 inch TV, though there is no cable or internet service provided. There are some Blu-Ray disks as well as games and books you may wish to enjoy. Outside is a picnic table, charcoal grill and chairs plus your own private dock if you wish to bring a small boat. The public boat launch is a few minutes away in sight of the camp. The lake is spring fed and crystal clear and great for swimming as well as boating. Sitting on the eastern shore of the lake , you get the benefits of afternoon sun and wonderful sunsets. Lakeside Market is a five minute walk away and is a gas station and convenience store with takeout food and beer and wine. A few miles away is a Hannaford's supermarket with all your grocery needs.