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Perfect for families, and folks who just want to relax, explore, and enjoy the beauty of Maine. The first destination is Lobster Lake, a secluded retreat with all sorts of family activities and great opportunities to see moose, osprey and bald eagles. As you enter the lake, Mt. Katahdin will come into view over the horizon. Paddle the lake, explore the shoreline, or if the wind is up, you may be able to listen to the singing rocks. Here we will set up tents and experience the sounds of nature. Fall asleep to the melancholy song of the loons. After a hearty breakfast, we will visit Baxter State park and explore another wonderous area.

Baxter State Park is home to Maine's tallest peak (Mt. Katahdin) It also contains the terminal leg of the Appalachian Trail. Among its many features, you may wish to check out the natural waterslide at "The Ledges", or hike part of the Hunt trail and refresh yourself in one of the cold mountain pools. Regardless of how we spend the day, you will be amazed at the kinds of natural beauty that lie within this park.

The rocky coastline of Maine is a magical place. It is fun to explore, with beautiful rock formations giving way to the rising tides, tidepools teeming with aquatic life, sand and shells. Let the sights and sounds of waves crashing against the rocks wash the worries of daily life from your thoughts, if only for a few moments. Nearby is Blue Hill, where you can hike, watching the ocean vistas expand along the horizon as you climb.  

As the sun starts to head for the horizon, we will need to return. We may be leaving 3 days of fun and exploration behind, but you will be carrying a lifetime of memories with you. Maybe you will appreciate why we are so excited to share these areas with guests both near and far.   

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