We had a great 3 days at Beaver Cover Camps, really enjoying the 'get away from it all ' feel. The cabin served our purpose well - all we wanted was simple, clean accommodation so that we could relax. We rented canoes from Marilyn and spent a day on Moosehead near Sugar Island - eating our picnic lunch on our 'own' mini 'desert' island.
On the way back South we called in at Bingham to go rafting on the Kennebec (Marilyn can help with the booking). This was with a company called North Country Rivers - I can definitely recommend them and the Kennebec for first time family rafters.
Next time we would possibly take a moose safari, visit the B52, the Katadhin Iron works and drive/hike to the Moxie Falls. We didn't need to go into Greenville having stocked up at the Shop n' Save on the way into town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the east shore of beautiful Moosehead Lake, we have been entertaining guests since 1905. Our six housekeeping cabins offer all of the necessities for a comfortable getaway, any time of the year. Each is outfitted with a fully equipped kitchen and full bath with shower. We also have a dock and boat launch facilities for our guests. We are only a 10 minute drive from Greenville which affords access to shops, services and restaurants. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Beaver Cove Camps Maine/Greenville