Your private Maine waterfront escape awaits you. This solar powered cabin on the banks of the Penobscot River provides all sorts of recreational fun. The fishing in this section of the river is excellent, with small mouth bass and the occasional trout and salmon. If you enjoy paddling, the kayaking and canoeing enthusiasts will find miles of scenic waters to explore. From majestic bald eagles, ducks, and many other bird species, you will have plenty of wildlife to photograph.
Situated about 120 feet off the river, is this secluded cabin that has solar power, propane appliances, and propane lights for back up. The water supply is from a driven point. The bathroom consists of a shower stall and composting toilet. The first floor has an open floor plan with an eat in kitchen and propane heater. The living room has cathedral ceilings and is heated with a wood stove. Upstairs has two bedrooms on either end of the camp, which are separated by a catwalk. Small dormers in both bedrooms offer views towards the river.
Finishing the cabin is a screened porch overlooking the river and front yard. The fire pit is ready for memories and smores to be made around the campfire as you gaze at the constellations in the northern sky. Replace the sounds of traffic with the sounds of nature in this wooded forest that is just shy of 15 acres. If you enjoy hiking or biking, you will find miles of gravels roads to site see for moose and deer.
Take a day trip to Baxter State Park and hike Mount Katahdin located an easy hours drive to the north. For shopping, restaurants, hospital and other services, travel 35 minutes to the south into the town of Lincoln. The city of Bangor and the Bangor International Airport is less than 1 hour and 20 minutes to the south. If you are traveling from Boston, the majority of the trip will be on I-95 and will take less than 5 hours. You will discover it is well worth the trip.