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Trip dates & reservations

Contact us and we'll get back to you right away to confirm availability and answer any questions you have.
frank@springlakemaine.com or call us at 1.207.939.4117 or 1.207.696.5082

We're very flexible, contact us for your dates.

Cabin Sleeps Per Night Per Week Note
Maverick 5 $125 $500 Add $25/per night/per person for over 5 guests
Pipe Clamp 7 $125 $500 Add $25/per night/ per person for over 6 guests
The Lodge 10 $140 $600 Add $25/per night/ per person for over 6 guests
The Nest 3-4 $100 $400 Add $25/per night/ per person for over 4 guests
Well behaved pets may be considered at an additional charge, Pets need to be confirmed before stay.All prices do not include State of Maine 8% lodging tax

what are our guests saying

  • Perfect place to get away! Beautiful area, great to hike, fish, snowmobile or just relax in the fresh air. I recommend for a couple, big group or even by yourself! Every visit is an adventure

    - Nate B
  • What a beautiful place.
    It's been a long time for us to go without all the noise. It is a wonderful experience. We want to try and come up one more time before summer ends. Thank you so much for your hospitality.

    - Terri, Tom, Thea
  • My dad and I have been hunting the Flagstaff area for over 40 years. Staying here on Spring Lake in Camp Maverick has been the high point of tose 40 plus years. The accomodations were the best I have experienced against many other Maine Wilderness camps. Sitting on the porch with my dad listening to the coyotes howl was an all time high.

    - Mike and Roland
  • We had another wonderfuk trip(I think this makes 7). Everything was perfect this year. We saw a moose on the way in, had good fishing. Dan caught 14 Brookies on the fly rod and we caught a bunch trolling. The weather couldn't have been better.

    - Dan and Sue

Who we are

We want to share the great outdoors with our visitors! Escape back in time to the historic Spring Lake Camps- Once a millionaire’s remote playground! This settlement was maintained for J.P. Morgan and the Morgan Trust Company of New York . Enjoy the cozy comfort of real log cabins built in the early 1900’s! Beautiful cabins in the Maine wilderness run by Frank and Ruth Braley, Camp owners and wildlife experts.

Get back to nature and discover your wild side in a quiet, wooded environment. These camps are rustic but are well-equipped with everything that you will need to make your stay comfortable. Years of remodeling, decorating and personal love and interest will make your stay memorable and you will be amazed at the beauty of the cabins! For reservations or inquiries call: 1.(207).696.5082 or 1.207.939.4117

Or write to : Spring Lake Camps, 112 Main St, Anson, ME 04911




Spring Lake, Maine

Google Maps Directions

Directions to Spring Lake, Maine from exit 130 – I95. Take Exit 130 (I95) Waterville Exit

Take a left off the exit (coming from the South) – Route 139 to Norridgewock

Take a right off the exit (coming from the North) - Route 139 to Norridgewock

Take a right at the light, in Norridgewock, to Route 201A/8 to Madison

Take a left at the light, cross the Madison/Anson Bridge

Take a right at the end of the bridge – Staying on Route 201A/8, heading into North Anson, cross the North Anson bridge. (about 4.9 miles)

Take a left after the bridge, now on Route 16, heading to North New Portland. (about 8.6 miles)

Look for Small Store – Stay straight at Store – onto Long Falls Dam Road.

Stay on Long Falls Dam Road for about 27 Miles. You will come to a Gravel Pit (on your left), a river on your right (DeadRiver) and campsites on both sides of the road.

Note: If traveling in the winter – and you are snowmobiling in. Be courteous – this is the turn around area for other snowmobilers and the plow truck. Park here if you can not drive in – follow the directions to follow on snowmobile.

Cross the bridge and stay straight for about 6.7 miles.

Take a right at "Spring Lake Rd". This road is the road leading to SpringLake.

Stay of this road for about 2.1 miles. You will see some camps hidden along this road

"Pipe Clamp" is the 1st camp on the right, as you come into the settlement. (located just before "The Post Office). "Pipe Clamp", has a Red Roof, the driveway is lined with Granite Rocks and located just up over the hill. "Camp Maverick" is across the road.

Most of the time Frank or Ruth will be there to greet you, but if they aren't – your camp will be open and ready for your stay. They will stop by to meet you and answer any questions. Have fun and enjoy your stay. Frank and Ruth Braley, Spring Lake Camp Owners


contact Us

Email us: frank@springlakemaine.com

Call us: 1.207.696.5082 or 1.207.939.4117