Our off-the-grid facilities offer all of the services you need to enjoy the Maine backcountry with minimal packing. Here’s what to expect during your stay:

Day Visitors

During Full-Service & Self-Service Seasons

  • Access to toilet facilities
  • Potable water
  • Access to the reading area and great room.
  • Lunch from 11:30 – 1:30 Saturdays and Sundays. 
  • Wine and beer is available for purchase at the huts.
  • Maps, logo’d gear, and toiletries are sold at each hut.

Overnight Visitors

During Full-Service & Self-Service stays

  • Bunk with a soft foam mattress.
  • Pillow (please supply your own pillowcase – hint: can double as a stuff sack)
  • Heat – the main hut and bunkhouses have radiant floor heating and are heated up to 55°F
  • Lighting
  • Potable water
  • Showers with biodegradable soap
  • Composting toilets
  • Access to books and games in the library area

During Self-Service Seasons

  • Access to kitchen facilities for cooking and preparing meals (don't forget to bring your own food!)

During Full-Service Seasons

  • A hearty, family-style dinner and breakfast (included in the cost of your overnight stay).
  • A bagged lunch for the trail (also included with an overnight stay).
  • Wine and beer available for purchase at the huts.

For a list of what you need to bring, check out the online packing list >>

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