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Recent Harrison reviews

  • Wonderful Maine Getaway For Our Family

    "Each summer, my family gathers together for a week. This year, my dad chose the Snowbird Lodge in Harrison, Maine. It was a winner for our large family that included 9 kids from ages 6-16. The layout was perfect for our family that totaled 19 people. It was very clean and the kitchen has every appliance we needed. Most of our time was spent at the Island Pond where the shallow water was kid-friendly and allowed for many enjoyable days in the sun. We thoroughly enjoyed paddling around the lake and jumping off the swimming platform. In the evening, we sat by the fire and even enjoyed the sauna when it became cooler. It was about an hour to Portland where we traveled to take a whale watch tour and learn about catching lobster. We had 3 generations with us who all enjoyed our week at Snowbird Lodge. Harrison is very close and a great place to get ice cream. We also trekked to Bridgton which was about 15 minutes and visited the book store and several local shops. Many thanks to Shelley for her wonderful hospitality and giving us a beautiful place to make memories!"
    Guest: Sara C. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 13, 2016
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  • Beautiful house with an amazing location

    "My friends and I have been moving around every year to get together and catch up and have some summer fun. This is the fourth place we've been to and I heard from everyone it was our favorite. It's close enough to activities that make it easier to do something on the nice days, but is also secluded enough to make it the perfect vacation getaway. It sits on Kezar Lake, which is also one of the best lakes in Maine, in my opinion. There were also nine of us, which is a lot of people, but none of us felt crowded or cramped in this place. It was perfect. Thank you for having us, Betsy."
    Guest: Katherine G. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 2, 2016
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  • Family of four

    "Did not expect the noise from the main road in the AM or evening, the hot spots are close by and noise can travel up the lake a bit. Also a bit more light pollution than anticipated. Sea Plane taking off every 20 minutes can get a bit irritating (no fault of owners obviously) If you are looking for some action and have kids this is the place. Plenty to do just a few minutes away. House was impeccable, modern, very well appointed. Proximity to the lake was all but a mere 10' away. Simply can't get any closer unless on a boat! Well done. No AC in any of the rooms or fans so bring some with you in case you hit a hot spell. Leaving the deck door open is a must to get the through breeze off the lake, HOWEVER it does not have any screens so make sure the lights and TV are off as to not attract the bugs. I would certainly book this property again, not question about it. Well worth the money."
    Guest: Patrick H. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 17, 2016
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  • Wonderful home; Wonderful Location

    "Sheila and Steve's home on Thompson Lake is wonderful. It is well equipped (linen, kitchen items, and other supplies) and can even accommodate a large family with young children on a rainy day (foosball, ping pong, board games, a extensive DVD library, and a hot tub)! The children love the bunk room which, as do two bedrooms for adults, has a great view of the lake. Lake access is suitable for youngsters, swimmers, and boaters. The home comes with a canoe and two kayaks which are great for exploring the lake. Shopping is a short drive. Thompson Lake is large (11 miles long) and deep (120 feet at deepest). There is little boat traffic. The water is clear. We know central Maine lakes, and we can attest that Thompson Lake is the finest. The home is quiet. It is located on the second of two islands connected to the mainland by two causeways."
    Guest: M Kelly M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 22, 2016
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