Just Miles From The Appalachian Trail, These Rustic Cabins Offer The Perfect Maine Escape

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Adventuring your way through Maine can mean different things to different people. For some, an adventure is braving the crowds at the Freeport outlets while others consider spending a night in the wilderness the ultimate fun. Luckily, there’s plenty to do here catering to all levels of explorer. We think that one of the most memorable adventures is some time spent at these rental cabins in Maine. They’re not easy to get to, but the trip is totally worth it!

Buckhorn Camps are open year-round. A stay during the winter season (mid-January through mid-March) including bedding and towels and no meal plan is $95. The same stay with breakfast and dinner included is $145. A stay during spring, summer, and fall is $95 for a cabin with bedding and towels and $129 for the same stay with breakfast and dinner. There are also a variety of activities that can be booked and enjoyed. You can learn more about the camps and book your stay by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook. The camps can be reached at 207-723-1548.

There are lots of ways to enjoy an overnight stay in Maine. This enchanting bed and breakfast offers a waterfront sanctuary to guests.

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Address: Buckhorn Camps, Jo Mary Rd, Northeast Piscataquis, ME 04462, USA