Spencer Pond Camps are the only cabins on the Pond and we are fourteen miles
from our closest neighbors. That won't help you find us but it gives you some
idea of how the Camps are remote and a long distance from towns and traffic.
More specifically, we are located 34 miles north of Greenville in the heart of
the Maine Highlands region, known for its history and natural beauty. The many
lakes, rivers and streams around us offer fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and white
water rafting. The numerous mountains are a hiker's paradise. The Moosehead
region has the largest population of moose in the State, and the Camps are on a
newly developed birding trail.
Hidden deep in the woods and nestled at the foot of Little Spencer Mountain.
Spencer Pond is classified by the State as a highly valued, protected body of
water due to its scenic mountain views, wildlife, remoteness and undeveloped
shoreline. The Pond affords visitors an undisturbed setting to view and
photograph wildlife and water birds. Jet Skis are banned and outboard motors
over 10 hp are discouraged.
Our Camps are located in East Middlesex Township, bordered by Maine Public
Lands, private conservation lands and an ecological reserve. By road, the Camps
are an hour's drive from Greenville, the last 12 miles of travel on
well-maintained gravel roads. We have signs posted at each intersection and will
send a map with specific directions when you make a reservation. By float-plane,
the trip from Greenville to Spencer Pond takes only 15 minutes. Come discover
the magic for yourself.