This camp / cabin is in the very central part of Maine
It is a 1 1/2 story camp on Kingsbury Stream in Abbot
Village. Furnished, (includes bedding, towels) has oil heat, electricity, hot water, shower , refrigerator & gas cook
stove. $60 to $120 daily (seasonal) Weekly rates as low as $250. I'm a single camp owner who will go out of my way to provide
you with the extra info to make your stay a great one. Things like where to go 4-wheeling with no complaints, local scenic
info, waterfalls, hiking and about anything you want I'll help you set up if you want help . I own about 100 acres
here and your pretty much free to do as you like. My camp is complete with all except washer and dryer, drop me an email with
questions and expect a reply within the day... usually several hours.
Relaxing, Hunting, hiking Snowmobiling, 4-Wheelin',
Simple Peace & Quiet
This photo is taken from the roofed deck looking downstream in mid September The
fireplace is just off to the right
Here are some of the details (several photos below)
Peace and quiet is yours in this single camp on beautiful
Kingsbury Stream. Ideal for hunting in Oct & Nov. or for just laying about on those summer days. Deer,
turkeys, bunnies, squirrels ,bald eagles and a occasional moose and other wildlife are frequently seen from the
kitchen window. Access is by car most of the year, about 350 days Rental weeks are
preferablly set up for Sunday noon to Sunday noon during . Full weeks only in November, other times are optional. General
rates are the lowest in the State I think, ($300 - 550 week ). There are four beds upstairs, in two rooms (one Queen size
and a twin, the second room - a Full size and a twin.) The front bedroom has a 6x10 upstairs balcony
. The down stairs is basically two rooms plus the bathroom. The camp measures 24 x 16 feet. Utensils, pots, pans, silverware,
dishes, cups and glasses are furnished . Also towels, facecloths, and one set of bedding per bed, consisting of pillow ,blankets
and sheets.(additional ones are available on request). For electrical appliances, there is a refrigerator, radio,
toaster, can opener ,coffee pot with filters, alarm clock and regular clock, 2 smoke alarms as well as a hot water tank
Also there is a TV, ( with satellite connection + FOX ) Pay-Per-View movies are available by request only
through my house - office , The TV also has a VCR / DVD player and there is
a rental place about 12 miles away .
Most of the time, the cupboard is stocked with a varity of cooking
spices that include salt, pepper ,flour ,sugar, coffee to include the most common ones,and usually a few
dry or canned food items that I furnish and some people leave. Generally I recommend that people bring coffee,
eggs, milk, bacon , bread, butter, mayo , mustard,and perhaps pancake mix ( for that first breakfast the next day
) if I were to name a few. (local store one mile away that serves breakfast and light lunches all day
There is a small MICROWAVE. The water is supplied by a drilled well, this supplies the kitchen area,
bathroom and shower. This camp is a fully insulated, six inch wall, 1 1/2 story, wood frame structure. It is heated by
oil heat as a primary heat source. There are seven thermo-windows downstairs, one of which is a sliding glass door leading
to the deck, looking down the stream, the window on the opposite wall has a great view upstream. There are two windows upstairs.
There is a stone fireplace outside ( I supply a good amout of wood ) as well as a gas grill. This camp sits on a small
piece of land that juts out into the stream. Many places this stream is 100-200 feet wide. Summer and fall are typically low
water flowage. Directly in the rear of the building is some nice whitewater, depending on the water volume, Canoeable downstream. (
Canoe and kayak use free on premises) The best trout fishing time is about Mermorial Day plus or minus 3 weeks.
Also across the stream from this remote cabin, there is one residence (blocked by trees). They are an older
couple but he does not allow people to shoot deer on his 500 feet downstream.(should you be here for big game season , bow
hunting or rifle ). Deer and some moose are fairly common crossing the stream. The state offers a fall
moose hunting season unmatched in hunter success anywhere in the nation, as well as world-class hunting for wild turkey, ruffed
grouse, pheasant, upland game and waterfowl. I own about 100 acres here , my land as well as the adjoining parcels
on the north side are not posted. The telephone will have "call block " - no toll calls, bring a calling card
for other than local calls . I suggest that you apply for a " Maine Doe Permit " or "Moose permit" if this aspect of deer
hunting interests you. Let me know about this permit and I will be sure you get the application. ( now online starting
in 2008) If your interested in deer ,bear or moose hunting using a Registered Guide , please see the
HUNTING IN MAINE page. (link next line down )
This shows the outside fireplace, free wood and the picnic table . The deck is about 70 feet away and the
rivers edge is just to the left out of site in this picture .
41 Monument Rd.
Abbot Village, ME 04406
E-Mail DallasCabin@gmail.com Ph
. # 207 876-2639 Please do not call after 8 PM EST
** In the past few years due to a better 4 wheel
drive pickup, I have been able to keep the camp road plowed all winter, from the first deep snow ,
typically in Dec. Each year I'm looking for someone who is interested in renting it by the month at
a greatly reduced rate. but I do accept 3 day - week reservations as well. On a WINTER
WEATHER ADVISORY I may ask you to park your vechicles at the top of the valley for overnight , I'll provide off
road parking and storage for your snowmobiles during the week if you dont want to trailor them back and forth weekends.
If you are up this way this summer, I'll take you down to the camp to see it .