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Grant’s Kennebago Camps

Grant’s Kennebago Camps is the perfect Maine family vacation destination. It has modern cabins facing the lake where fantastic swimming and boating are just steps away. You’ll also enjoy nature hikes, moose sightings, canoeing, and all the outdoor fun that goes with a family camp getaway. Your accommodations include a sandy beach, screened-in porches, docks in front of your cabin, and a dining room in the main lodge. Three home-cooked meals per day are included with your stay, and housekeeping services allow you to enjoy your vacation without worry. Fly fishing is world class at Grant’s Kennebago Camps. It has private access to the largest fly fishing-only water east of the Mississippi River. People come from all around for the trout and salmon. In the fall, Grant’s is the place for Maine bird, grouse, and woodcock hunting. Experienced guides are available to make your hunting season a successful one. For those who just want to see the sights, there are canoe trips on the Upper Kennebago River where you can pack a lunch and spot some moose. There are plenty of trails for hikers and bicyclists. Sailing, kayaking, and swimming are always a favorite up at Camp. And don’t forget to bring your camera!Grant’s Kennebago Camps is a traditional sporting resort on Kennebago Lake where you’ll find a communal dining room, a main lodge, and 18 lakeside cabins. Each has its own dock space and 16-foot Rangeley boat with outboard motor (plus there are canoes, kayaks, Windsurfers, and sailboats). The resort is known as a fly-fishing destination; hikers, boaters, and swimmers will also find plenty to enjoy.Yankee Magazine April 2007Fly-fishing is the thing at this traditional sporting resort on Kennebago Lake. With a communal dining room, lakeside knotty pine cabins, and private docks, the resort offers hikers, boaters, and swimmers much to enjoy in the surrounding woods and waters.Yankee Magazine April 2005

Kennebago Lake Road Off Rte 16
Grant’s Kennebago Camps
Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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