Join a small group oilies at AMC's newest Medewisla Lodge and Cabins in Greenville, ME this summer. Enjoy private lakefront cabins w/shared bathhouse (w/shower) or a shared lakefront bunkhouse with 4 rooms with 4 bunk beds in each room. Enjoy an extensive trail network, beautiful Second Roach Pond, paddle boarding, kayaks and canoeing just steps away from our cabins and bunkhouse. On a clear night perhaps we can look through their telescope at the night sky.
We will stay in three private lake front cabins with shared bathhouse with shower, each sleeping 5 - 6 people, each with two bedrooms with either queen or twin beds, and a living room with double futon. We anticipate one family per cabin, but depending on family size there may be an opportunity to share. The cabins and bunkhouse have electric LED lighting. Linens are provided at the cabins, including pillowcases, sheets, and towels.At the bunkhouse a pillow with case and wool blankets are provided.
The cabins and bunkhouse have a kitchenette and there is a screened in roofed pavilion with a grill. We will enjoy one "full service" day at the main lodge, otherwise we will be preparing and eating dinner as a group.
Medawisla (the Abenaki word for loon) is part of AMC's Maine Wilderness Lodges network. The Lodge & Cabins are "off the grid" by the shore of Second Roach Pond, on 70,000 acres of forestland permanently conserved by AMC as part of its Maine Woods Initiative. AMC has completely rebuilt this sporting camp first opened at this location in 1953. The main or Central lodge includes dining room, sitting area, deck, and sauna.
$425/adult; $150/Youth (13 - 17); $125/child (12 and under).
$325/adult; $150/Youth (13 - 17); $125/child (12 and under).
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- "Medewisla is beautiful. The 2 BR waterfront cabin is cozy, warm, and comfortable. You walk a very short distance to the bathhouse (with showers), but even a midnight stroll is greeted with a brilliant night sky not to be missed. The main lodge has a wood