Sometimes, we all need a break, especially when it comes to technology. Luckily, Maine is the perfect place to throw caution – and your phone – to the wind. With access to hiking trails, lakes, and wildlife at any time of the year, the real questions remains — why aren’t you here yet?
Although this may not be the backcountry, this tent platforms is still hike-in-hike-out and may offer the best campsite views around. Situated right on the lake, you can wake up on the waterfront and explore the forest. This is the perfect year-round camping spot, offering canoeing in the summer or snowshoeing in the winter.
This cozy timber frame cabin offers sweeping mountain views all to yourself. Located on a pristine 70 acres, all you gotta bring is food and an adventurous attitude. The cabin has no electricity, so that means prime time to unplug for that digital detox. The Appalachian Trail is only two miles north and there’s loads of waterfalls, gorges, and remote lakes just waiting to be explored.
This water view cabin on Garland Pond is perfect place to get away from it all. With 1.6 acres of privacy, the two bedroom, open concept cabin is minutes from Coos Canyon and Tumbledown Mountain. Keep your eyes open for moose!