Legendary Long Lake Camps has been well established since its original construction around 1945 with guides pulling their canoes across the log jams to reach the shore. Many years of history, memories, and laughter have created this one of a kind sporting facility located in the Grand Lake Stream Region.
Located on a private 40 acre peninsula surrounded entirely by woods and water this huge watershed includes Long Lake, Big Lake, Lewey Lake, West Grand Lake, Grand Lake Stream, the Grand Falls Flowage, and the St. Croix River. The property offers 12 meticulous native Maine cedar log cabins completely furnished offering housekeeping or the American Plan in the main lodge with formal dining room, sitting room, & library. The property includes a laundry for guests, office with a store, internet access, recreational hall lakeside, docks, experienced guides, shore lunches, boats, motors, etc. The owners has left no stone unturned when it comes to the quality performance and maintenance of the property. It has been lovingly restored into a top notch sporting camp facility.
Lots of acreage to roam and shoreline to explore in an area that allows you to step back in time. The owners are willing to train new owners as the transition takes place in running the business furnished with complete inventory. Some owner financing available. It is a lifestyle that will reward you in many paths of your life, your clients will soon become dear friends returning year after year. Come experience a healthier lifestyle from the hustle and bustle of the outside world, come home to Long Lake Camps in Downeast Maine.
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