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There’s no better place to experience Maine’s long tradition of sporting camps than amidst the pristine western lakes and rivers. President Dwight D. Eisenhower famously fished here in 1955, at Little Boy Falls near the New Hampshire border on a remote corner of Aziscohos Lake on the Magalloway River. The state’s lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams are full of small and largemouth bass, salmon, and brook and lake trout. With so many amazing fishing spots in Maine, you won't want to leave home without your fishing gear because there are plenty of energetic fish just waiting to put up a fight.
Whether you are interested in upland birds, small game, or big game like moose, deer, and bear, Maine is a premier destination for avid hunters with huge stretches of rural country and sprawling wild lands. Take a path less traveled by through the woods on skis or snowshoes or park your snowmobile and wolf down a hearty brunch. Face the sunset as you camp alongside a sparkling lake or listen for the call of the wild with a night surrounded by mountains. You’ll enjoy the many amenities that await you, whether nature-provided or as part of a more modern stay. If a getaway is what you're looking for, you'll find just the accommodations you need to enjoy the quiet beauty of the region in one of Maine's lodging or sporting camps.
Maine lodges and sporting camps are great for family-friendly lodging, home-cooked meals, and exclusive access to some of Maine’s storied woods and waters.