Private cabin Dexter Maine

Dexter Maine Camp
Dexter Maine Camp
“ Excellent ”
3 Reviews
Fern Road Fire Lane 90, Dexter, ME 04930



Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 4
Per week $650
Type: Cabin
Description of the Dexter vacation cabin rental
Waterfront cabin on quiet lake. Fishing, boating, canoeing, and kayaking. Great walking trails, wildlife, loons, eagles, and deer. Close to downtown shopping, churches, golf and attractions. One half hour from beautiful Moosehead Lake. . Have to bring your own boat. Sleeps up to 5 people. Sorry no pets. Maximum number of people is 5. Cabin Located on dead-end road. Min.stay is 3nights, call for daily rates.

Claude Reitenauer

Area Information
Many nearby lakes and beautiful country roads for site seeing . Nearby farm stands to purchase fresh vegetables and flowers during the growing season.


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Sep 06 2015 Sep 05 2017 - - $650 - 3 Nights
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 8%
Tax I.D.: 1163452
Deposits: A Security Deposit is required for each contract of $125.00 depending on the length of the stay.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order
Other Fees: We must receive a personal check 50% down within 7 days of initial booking. Once it is received dates are officially reserved. The balance of the rental payment is due 30 days prior to check in. The booking will be cancelled for non-payment. Min. stay is 3 nights


Reviews for this vacation cabin rental in Dexter, Maine

Alissa Cooledge Stefanacci

Alissa Cooledge Stefanacci

Nsples fl

Just perfect!

August 6, 2014

We loved staying at the cottage! It was perfect! Full kitchen and great bathroom. Great parking and close to different towns. Would stay there agsin and hope to next year. Owners very nice and helpful! Loved loved loved the lake!

Cathy Yandow

Cathy Yandow

Williston, Vermont, USA

Puffer Pond, Maine

July 30, 2014

If you're looking for a quiet, JetSki-free lake, this is for you. We were there an entire week, and the only motorized watercraft we heard were pontoon boats and rowboats with motors. Made for perfect bird-watching ... loons (adults and chicks), eagles (adult and juvenile), osprey and songbirds. Also the occasional turtle. Interested in fishing? Excellent bass fishing, right off the dock or via boat. We caught several +3-pounders, and put them back for you to catch. (Buy your license in town, at Toot's.) We brought kayaks and launched from the shoreline as needed (bring your watershoes). Weather was clear and we ate most meals pond-side at the full-sized picnic table, watching the wildlife. Camp is dry and has electric heat, good for taking off the chill on a cooler morning or during damp, rainy weather. The one drawback is that the furnishings are dated and uncomfortable. Mattresses need replacement, same for couch and kitchen chairs. We found it very difficult to sleep through the night, and suggest bringing either a foam mattress top or inflatable floor mattress. Excellent ice cream at Nessie's, takeout at China Garden, and you can pretty much find anything you need at either the Shop-N-Save, Reny's, Rite-Aid or the hardware store. Take a drive north to Greenville for fishing, a trip on the Katahdin (a.k.a. "Kate") or a moose safari (we highly recommend Northwest Outfitters!). We did all three things and it's worth the trip there. Keep your eyes open for moose along the way - they are dark and often enter the road without warning, making them hard to see at night -- we saw one on the roadside at 10 p.m. and it blended into the shadows! Kudos and thanks to Linda, the realtor through whom we rented the cabin -- she is ultra-responsive, friendly and helpful!

Lisa Hanelt

Lisa Hanelt

Boston, MA

Quiet and welcoming

August 13, 2012

This cabin was the perfect place to unwind, and just exactly what we'd wanted. Great for bird-watching. Hummingbirds hang around the cabin, we got to know the family of loons on the lake well, and we saw a bald eagle, twice! We also saw big fish swim right up to the dock. The cabin was very clean and well-stocked. The friendly owners and rental agent made a point of making sure we had everything we needed. We found some great farm stands and ate like royalty. There are antique shops nearby to explore. The public library welcomes workaholics who feel the need to check e-mail. The tap water is not potable, but the owners left half a dozen gallons of drinking water just in case we hadn't brought our own (we had). I wish we could have stayed longer.

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