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Medawisla Wilderness Lodge and Cabins

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Massachusetts, USA
Reviewed 17 August 2012

We stayed here in August of 2011 (2 adults, 2 kids-9 and 11) for 2 nights. The cabin was rustic as advertised--but running hot water, gas powered fridge made up for everything, flush toilets all very nice. Limited electricity was not an issue. The boys loved the fishing, we all went canoeing and kayaking and hiking around the camp. Gorgeous...

1Thank Lagata
Littleton, Massachusetts
Reviewed 31 July 2011

Medawisla and the staff left nothing out of our experience. The setting was pristine, the cabin (#5) was spacious and had all of the necessities. We travelled with a two year old and the whole family had a terrific time. This is a perfect way to have a real old-fashioned back county getaway without a tent or needing to pack...

3Thank Poncedog
Reviewed 18 November 2010

while my idea of camping is a little more rugged than my husband's (ultralite tent and an external-frame pack vs. no microwave and basic cable) - we both agreed that this was the perfect place to escape the grid. these cabins are tidy and solidly built (no mice, no leaks, no windy drafts) the little wood stove kept that place...

Thank kb_downeast
Reviewed 27 September 2010

These cabins are operated by the AMC. Its a wonderful setting on a nice size lake about 35 or 40 minutes out of Greeville,Me. If you want they will provide meals which I highly recommend. Amy is an amazing cook. She,Rich, John and Jeff maintain the camp.Not only do they do a great job,but they are wonderful people. Its a...

3Thank mkraft52
Reviewed 22 September 2010

Not for people who are loud, afraid of animals including mice, or want modern conveinces. If you like quiet paddling or hiking than this place is for you. There is no electric other than a short time, no radios or cell phones, no TV. Just listening to loons, owls, etc. We loved it, but we can live simple and be...

3Thank rusterpup
Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed 17 September 2010

Mesdawisla is ideally located if you're looking to hike, canoe/kayak, or mountain bike, but that means the area is remote. Getting to trailheads is not easy. The roads are not direct and they are not paved. There are many protruding rocks. Do not attempt them in a small car without much ground clearance. Also note that the prior poster and...

2Thank JanetG2010
Boston, MA
Reviewed 10 August 2010

This is a lodge and cabin managed by the Appalachian Mountain Club in the middle of Maine, about 6 hours north of Boston. There are 8 cabins each of which sleep 4 to 6 people. These are the ONLY cabins on this entire lake, which is about 1000 acres. It is very quiet and peaceful, and the beauty of the...

3Thank Remickd

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Located on the pristine shores of beautiful Second Roach Pond in Maine’s famed 100-Mile Wilderness region, Medawisla Wilderness Lodge and Cabins offers a chance to recharge and connect with family and friends. A traditional Maine sporting camp, Medawisla and the surrounding woodlands offer boundless opportunities for year-round adventure. Fish for land-locked salmon and brook trout, hike to views of Mount Katahdin, paddle Second Roach Pond, or ski our trails from your cabin door. ... more   less 

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Address: Second Roach Pond, P.O. Box 310, Greenville, ME 04441
Region: United States > Maine > Greenville
Also Known As:
Medawisla Wilderness Lodge And Cabins Greenville, Maine
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“Cabin 5 is the largest and sleeps up to 8. 1-4 are next best. 6+ are very small (7 is the only one w/o a fridge).”
Poncedog, 30 Jul 2011 | Read review
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