The SpaceLuxurious secluded "Cabin in the Woods." Just bring your clothes and groceries, we have provided everything else. There are 3 private bedrooms and comfortable sleeping for 7 with new hotel quality linens.
Enjoy the acres of woods from the rockers on the front porch, then mix a beverage at the wet-bar while fixing dinner in the well-equipped kitchen. The open-concept living space is warm and inviting, with cable TV so that you don't miss the big game. The perfect spot for a family retreat or a private week-end for two.
Swim at the private association beach, just 250 feet from the front door. Take a kayak, and fish or paddle down the rivers that feed the lake. You may see eagles, turtles, or any variety of wildlife.
We are at the northern end of our lake, and the fishing here is the best. The lake is 5 miles long with 3 rivers that feed it. A wonderful spot for hiking, swimming, or kayaking in summer; or XC skiing, skating, snowshoeing, or snowmobiling in winter. Board games, books, and DVDs are provided. Guest AccessThe house is yours for the time that you are there. We are close by to ensure your comfort, but only if we are needed. We have provided some fishing gear (bring your own if you are serious about fishing), an array of books and board games, TV & an assortment of movies to watch.
Besides the beautiful kitchen, there is a gas grill for outdoor cooking.
The lake is very peaceful, fed by 3 rivers which are wonderful to paddle down. If you are quiet and keep your eyes open, you may see eagles, turtles, herons, and other wildlife.
There is a marina on the lake where you may rent motorboats or jet skis, or stop by for great ice cream.
There is a fire pit in the yard. Please be careful! The hose is nearby and must be ready to keep the fire under control. Interaction with GuestsWe live in the neighborhood, and are available whenever needed. We will not contact you unless you need us. The NeighborhoodRidgewood Acres is a small, close-knit neighborhood, with 13 houses and a private beach. The road itself is private, at the end of a sparsely populated, mile-long dirt road. Getting AroundYou will need a car. The road is maintained all year, but please bring 4 wheel drive if you visit during the winter. It is slippery after a snowstorm. Other Things to NoteNearby attractions are peaceful lake with gated beach, PYO fruit (Blueberry Hill, MacKenzie Farms), walking trails (and X-country skiing and snow-shoeing), immediate access to BOTH Maine and New Hampshire snowmobiling trails. Located between Wolfeboro, NH (Lake Winnipesaukee), Kittery (outlet shopping), Kennebunkport (the ocean), Gunstock (skiing), Loon Mountain (more skiing), all less than an hour away.
2016 County Fairs and Fall Festivals:
York Harvestfest and Kidfest, York, ME, October 15
Live music, crafts, games, roaming railroad, wagon ride
Harvest on the Harbor, Portland, ME, October 20-23
Food, beer, and wine tastings; Lobster Chef of the Year competition
Ogunquitfest, Ogunquit, ME, October 21-23
Costume parade, classic car show, crafts, wagon rides, and more