From trail riding, to hunting, to beautiful views, to riding into town to have breakfast, lunch, dinner, or pick up your groceries, your group is pretty much free to do anything and go anywhere! Plenty of room for your trailers.
We have TWO unique places to stay. The new Denney Lodge and the updated Wendell Farm. Read more about both here:
Denney Lodge is our new, luxury hunting lodge that sleeps 15. Top-of-the-line evrything and comfortable. See pics, details, prices and dates by clicking here:
Here's a recent review of Denney Lodge:
"Our group of 14 stayed at the cabin for the New Years weekend, and we could not ask for a better experience.
The house is big, comfortable, and has every amenity, especially in the kitchen. The property is huge and full of opportunities.
The friendly caretaker Greg was a great asset to have around as he tirelessly plowed snow for us, helped us with our every need, and was always available.
We can't thank him enough. Looking forward to our next visit!"
-Andrew, January 2017
The Wendell Farm is a quaint, updated, 1800's Farmhouse that sleeps eight. Cozy and cute, you have access to the full house and it also has a barn where we keep our friendly draft horses. See pics, details, prices and dates by clicking here:
A recent review of Wendell Farm:
"If you are looking for a REAL Maine farmhouse experience, the Wendell Farm is for you. The house is spacious, comfortable, pet friendly, and a fantastic value. Most importantly, it was exactly what Nate promised.
Ask direct questions and you will get prompt, direct answers. The winter views are breathtaking. Some of the best snowmobiling trails in the state are connected right from this spot. You need to trailer your sleds to a park and ride.
The horses and pheasants take the place over the top. If luxury is what you want, Nate will probably steer you towards his other properties. But if you can appreciate the flaws of a house that has stood for over a hundred years, you will be in heaven. Book your trip with confidence.
-Ted, January 2017"
As one of Maine’s beloved past times, you’ll see machines that run the gamut. From old vintage models slowly cruising along to the newest technology sprinting through the woods, it doesn’t matter the ride, most Mainers love to sled.
If you’re looking to give snowmobiling a try or just haven’t ridden in a while, check out our advice on how to prepare to snowmobile in Maine like a guide.
Contact us to check rates and availability here
Give us a call direct at 1-800-621-8203.
When you fill out this form, we will send you our online booking calendar where you can view rates and available dates. We will also send you our free brochure to send to your friends: