Maine has so much to offer in regards to adventure, relaxation and getaways. Check out these 7 awesome places to stay overnight without breaking the bank!
1. Crooked River Tiny House, Waterford
An entire house, guest house, screened in house and outdoor equipment for $100?! It’s true! Located down a country road off of Route 302 in Waterford lies a little house by the banks of the Crooked River. It was built from the ground up by the skilled hands of a local Mainer. The inside of the Crooked River Tiny House comes with even more loving detail than the outside. Visit the house on Facebook by clicking here.
2. Maine Forest Yurts, Durham
Children and dogs are free at these yurts sitting in the remote Maine woods on some of the 100 acres that the owners acquired over the course of the last 30 years. A visit means being surrounded by, not only, forest but otters, eagles and beavers as well. The beautiful yurts feature hardwood floors, a wood stove to stay warm on chilly nights and a cooking stove with gas. A stay is about $125 a night. Visit them at 430 Auburn Pownal Rd, West Durham / (207) 400-5956.
3. Ice Fish Inn, Millinocket
If you want to spend a night at a home that feels even more like home than your own, come here! The owners are lovely, hilarious and easy to get along with. The bottom floor is pet-friendly so this place can be fun for the whole family. They boast the fastest internet in all of Millinocket and their daily weather updates are not to be missed. Two people can stay for under $100! Visit them at: 177 Central Street, Millinocket / 207 – 723-9999.
4. Maine Lakeside Cabins, Caratunk
This friend-owned spot provides the most wonderful waterfront cabins on Wyman Lake. Head here if you love to snowmobile, atv, or just overall love the outdoors. It’s a great spot for events such as weddings as well! Visit them at 1008 US Rte 201, Caratunk / 207-618-6987.
5. Hinckley’s Dreamwood Cottages, Bar Harbor
For as cheap as $70 a night you can enjoy yourself at one of the most lovely spots in Maine. Just two miles from the entrance of Acadia, Hinckley’s is great if you’re planning on exploring the area for a few days. They have something for just about every type of visitor – whether you like rustic of freshly updated. For more information and to reserve your spot, visit them here.
6. Cozy Cove Cabins, Jackman
A small cabin can be rented for just $80 a night. A week-long stay during deer season is $450. Located along Big Wood Lake in one of Maine’s most lovely small towns, these 9 knotty pine cabins are sure to make your fall complete. Each cabin features full kitchens, cable TV and bed linens. Each one provides wonderful lake views and some even have covered decks, screened-in or glassed-in porches. Visit them at 3 Elm St, Jackman / 207-207-668-5931.
7. Spencer Pond Camps, Spencer Pond
Kids under 12 stay free at Spencer Pond Camps, which boasts six cabins that sit on the shore of Spencer Pond beneath the shadow of Little Spencer Mountain. The mountain, rising up 3,086 feet, makes for some incredible photos from the opposite shore. If you’re looking to be really on your own, check out the one cabin that sits offsite on Moosehead Lake in Big Duck Cove at the base of Eagle Mountain. A stay in some of the cabins is only about $130. For reservations, contact them at 207-745-1599.
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