The rental season officially begins June 1 and ends November 15. Preseason, post season and winter requests will be considered subject to seasonal access (contact info@gllt.org). The road is not plowed in winter and not recommended for use during mud season, typically from March 15 to April 15.

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The cabin is a 20 x 30 two-story, rustic structure overlooking the nine-acre pond surrounded by 64 privately owned acres in a very remote setting. The cabin includes an upstairs sleeping loft.The downstairs includes a living room, bedroom and kitchen area. There is a covered porch off the first floor overlooking the pond.

Before making reservations, potential guests should understand the nature of the remote setting and its rustic amenities. These offer a century-old experience uncommon today in southwestern Maine.  Utilities run on propane, the bathroom is an outhouse and the swimming is enjoyable but can intimidate those not accustomed to the tannin-stained brown waters in Maine’s shallow, warm water ponds.