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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-02-2011, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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Maine Cabins

I'm looking for a cabin to rent for a week for my family preferably Maine, but would consider NH or VT. Anyone who can point me in the right direction would be appreciated. We'd like a more modern cabin but not a resort.
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Re: Maine Cabins

What part of Maine, on the coast or in the mountains?
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Re: Maine Cabins

I have stayed at this place when snowshoe hare hunting. Not that far from Baxter State Park. No TV, but they have nice cabins (I reccommend Meadow way or Mountain View). They have a general store also where they have a little restaurant where you can get sandwiches, cheeseburgers, fries, etc. Nice place and nice people. Not sure what all there is to do up there, because we were just hunting. Shin Pond Lakes look like a nice place to fish though.

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Re: Maine Cabins

I have been staying on and off for over 34 years at this place. http://robinsonscottages.com/ Robinson's is a family owned camp. I believe the 3rd generation is active now. To me its everything that I would expect a Maine Camp to be.
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Re: Maine Cabins

Do you hunt "pa-tridge" from there?
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Knobmtn I want to say thanks for posting that link. My gf and I checked it out and today I reserved cabin 3 for week of Sept 18. When I called I was treated like a friend and really enjoyed making that reservation.

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Glad you hit it off with the Robinson's. I always enjoyed my time there.

Keystone: I have hunted birds from there. Its not a high profile location. There are more woodcock than grouse.

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Re: Maine Cabins

Ness,

We haven't narrowed it down a lot. If you ask me mountains if you ask my wife coast.
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Guys thanks for the posts and the help. I appreciate it. I knew I would get good information here.
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Re: Maine Cabins

Im going to jump in a bit late about Robinsons. Awesome place. Great folks. Real cabins. They will make sure you have firewood for cold nights and there is pond in camp and dennys river runs right through camp. Here are some pics of what you can expect. I believe this is cabin 3.






Now this last picture needs some explaining. What you see in the wall is a blower that runs thru the wall into the bathroom to heat the bathroom from the heat in the living room. Now, when a huntin buddy decides to take his sweet old time in the bathroom, you just hold a little dog dirt up to that blower and I can promise you, that individual will come barrelling out of that bathroom in under 5 seconds.
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