Frequently Asked Questions

What do you provide?

Each camp is fully outfitted with a stove, refrigerator with freezer, toaster, coffeemaker and microwave, as well as all necessary pots, pans, plates, glasses, utensils, etc. A gas grill is provided for outdoor cooking.

We provide potholders, blankets and pillows.

Each camp has a canoe and rowboat; adult-sized life preservers are also provided.

Each camp has a telephone and television, but sorry, no cable! We have free wi-fi available. Please inquire for password access.

What should I bring?

You will need to bring sheets and pillowcases, bathtowels, dishcloths and dishtowels.

You may also want to bring bicycles.

You will need to bring life preservers for infants and small children. Older children will be able to use the adult-sized life preservers which we provide. Maine state law requires one life preserver for each person in the boat.

Bass, white perch, yellow perch and pickerel make their homes in Green Pond. You may purchase a fishing license at the Oxford Town Office and at many general stores.

Can I bring my pet?

Pets are welcome, but dogs must be on a leash at all times. Please do not leave pets unattended.

Please clean up after your pet! Mutt Mitts are available in each camp.

Where is the nearest grocery store?

We have several options for groceries. The largest stores are the Hannaford on Route 26 in Oxford and Wal-Mart, also on Route 26 in Oxford. Further along, in South Paris, you will find a Save-A-Lot. There is a smaller grocery store, Future Foods, on Route 121 in Mechanic Falls.

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