I have recently purchased over 60 acres in downeast Maine along the Dennys River and near Meddybemps Lake. This land backs up to nearly 800 acres of state forest and is across the lake from the 30,000 acre Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge. This is VERY rural and 20 minutes from amenities in Calais. Hunting and fishing, canoeing, boating and kayaking permitted in the state and national lands in compliance with state and federal laws. Town dock for putting in boat is about 1/2 mile from land. Very quiet location. No waterfront or water view campsites.
I am still getting used to the area and learning more, so let's chat about what you need and how we can help with our land. I'll know more in April when we set up our RV there for the season. We have several great spots for camping and driving in RVs. 100% boondocking at this point. Completely free. Just trying to see if there is any interest.
I am still getting my bearings on this land. I'll be setting up my trailer there in April and will have more details on parking and ground conditions there. There are two different sections that are good for boondocking.
Birding and nature watching are the big attraction here. Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge. Downeast Sunrise Trail. Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway. West Quoddy Head Lighthouse and State Park (Eastern-most point of the United States). Cobscook Bay State Park (alternative paid camping spot with hookups) and the Cobscook Trail system. And lovely New England tourist oriented maritime towns nearby include Lubec and Eastport. Canadian border 20 minutes to Calais and 45 minutes to Lubec. Campobello Island, Bay of Fundy and the southern cities and attractions of New Brunswick are easy day trips when the border is open.