Maine’s Most Remote Lodge Has Been Sitting In The North Woods Since 1827

One of our favorite things about Maine is how much of the land is considered remote. We have larger towns with great restaurants and lots of culture, but venture just a few miles from these places and you’ll find yourself completely surrounded by nature. This land is rugged, making it harder to visit. That means it’s unspoiled, offering some of the most beautiful landscape you can imagine. Today we’re featuring a special lodge sitting on a remote lake that most people never venture to. But we promise this trip is totally worth the effort!

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Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness Camps is truly a remote experience. The lodge is open from mid-May through mid-October. While most cell phones work near the lodge, it’s not completely reliable. There are a few different accommodation plans ranging from a cabin with all meals included for $170 per night to a cabin with a kitchen to cook your own meals for $100 per night. You can learn more about the lodge and rates by checking out their website. You can also follow them on Facebook. They can be reached on 207-731-8888.

As you can surely see Nahmanta Lake is a beautiful lake nestled in the Maine mountains. Check it out and you’ll feel like the most rugged of Mainers!

Address: Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness Camps, 1 Nahmakanta Lake Road, Millinocket, ME 04462, USA