"Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness Camps"

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Wilderness Fishing in Maine's fabled "North Woods"

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Don & Angel Hibbs (207)731-8888   E-mail: info@nahmakanta.com

Accommodations
"Cabin Descriptions"
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We have 9 recently restored lakefront
guest cabins
of various sizes accommodating between 2-8 people. All have skylights, picture windows that face down the lake, screened porches with rockers, hardwood floors, beds with new, firm mattresses, propane lamps and wood stoves with plenty of dry firewood.

The smaller cabins have at least one double and one single bed, and larger cabins have separate bedrooms and toilets.

All cabins have fully equipped kitchens with a gas range and oven, gas refrigerator, and cooking and eating utensils. Pure Nahmakanta well water is piped to each cabin. Each cabin also has a charcoal grill and picnic table in front.
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     NOTE: Each cabin has it's own designated private bathroom, with hot shower, flush toilet and vanity, in a separate building
a few steps away
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Our Guests prefer that there's no electricity furnished to the cabins, but we can recharge camera and computer batteries, 12V batteries for electric trolling motors, CPAP machines, etc.

Limited WiFi... available in our office and dining area.


One of our lakefront guest cabins

 


             

     
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Our 19th Century Dining room

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Our "American Plan" guests enjoy excellent home cooked meals served family-style in the warm, congenial atmosphere of our 19th century log dining room overlooking Nahmakanta Lake. We serve a variety of hearty full course meals which include choice meats, seafood, rice, potato, pasta, fresh fruits and vegetables, baked breads and desserts, and beverages (no menu).

Please Note: We can almost always accomodate alternative diets.

Dear Don and Angel,

Thanks again for being such great hosts...! Your camps and site looked “top notch” and as usual Angel outdid herself with terrific meals.  We all agree that your camp serves the best meals of all the camps we’ve visited. I’m sure we will be back again...!

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                                                   - Mark E. Armstrong


Interior cabin views









 

 

 

 

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Don & Angel Hibbs

P. O. Box 544

Millinocket, Maine 04462

  (207) 731-8888

info@nahmakanta.com

 

 

The map below wilakes, ponds and streams that surrounds our camp. This is a spectacular wilderness fishing area that is absolutely unique in the Eastern U.S. Lake trout and hard-fighting landlocked sa

 

The map below will give fisherman a good idea of the vast expanse of lakes, ponds

and streams that surrounds our camp. This is a spectacular wilderness fishing area that is absolutely unique in the Eastern U.S. Lake trout  and hard-fighting landlocked salmon thrive in Nahmakanta Lake and it's six mile long outlet stream, while virtually all of the smaller backcoutry lakes and streams you see on this map contain healthy populations of wild brook trout  that sometimes reach five pounds !

             

                   Some of these waters are accessible by woods road, but most can be reached only by hiking one of the many well-maintained foot trails. Detailed maps with trails drawn in are available at camp.  We have canoes and rowboats stored at a dozen of the most productive "hike-in" brook trout lakes exclusively for our guests use.  And, the cold, pure Nahmakanta watershed provides for excellent fishing throughout the season....!

lmon thrive in Nahmakanta Lake and it's six mile long outlet stream, while virtually all of the smaller backcoutry lakes and streams you see on this map contain healthy populations of wild brook trout that sometimes reach five pounds ! Some of these waters are accessible by woods road, but most can be reached only by hiking one of the many well-maintained foot trails. Detailed maps with trails drawn in are available at camp. We have canoes and rowboats stored at a dozen of the most productive "hike-in" brook trout lakes exclusively for our guests use. And, the cold, pure Nahmakanta watershed provides for excellent fishing throughout the season....!