Summer Season- May 15th - Oct 1st
Adults - $125 Youth - $80 and
Child (5-11) $50
Per person, per night includes three meals, a boat, firewood, and linens. 9% meals & lodging tax.
Minimum Two Night Stay.
Meals prorated only after two night minimum.
Single Occupancy - $175
Reservation final upon your arrival.
No discount for early departure.
Winter Season: Nordic Skiing, Snowshoeing
January 17th - March 7th
Adult - $125 Youth - $80
Child (5-11) $50
Per person multi occupancy,
per night includes
no sheets provided.
Bring Your Sleeping Bag.
Single Occupany - $175
Breakfast and supper served.
Bag lunch provided.
Central Shower House with Toilets
Outhouses behind Cabins
$100 per person due
when reserving a cabin.
100% refundable up to 60 days
West Branch Pond Camps Inc. reserves the right to accept or deny a reservation
according to Maine law.
West Branch Pond Camps is a traditional Maine Sporting Camp, family owned and managed since 1910.
We are located ten miles east of Kokadjo;
drivers follow the dirt Frenchtown Rd. right to us.
Our remote wilderness location gives you a
disconnect from the rush and roar of modern life.
The pace and space offers a different perspective.
Please be advised: we do not offer internet,
no mobile phone service for ten miles, and
electricity is limited to hours when generator on.
We are proudly off-grid.
We offer rental cabins in the American Plan tradition.
The cabin is furnished with linens and a boat.
Each cabin offers full beds and includes a bathroom in summer and has an outhouse.
In winter the common comfort station offers two private bathrooms with showers. Summer guests receive three home cooked meals a day. Winter guests receive breakfast and dinner in the lodge and a bag lunch for their travels.
Please be advised: we do not offer internet, no mobile phone service for ten miles, and electricity is limited to hours when generator on. We are proudly off-grid.
Find your favorite cabin,
enjoy home cooked meals, and
Each of the nine waterfront cabins
has a different configuration:
room layout, number and size of beds.
Explore the wilderness and return to cozy cabin with full and twin beds warm with wool blankets and your own wood stove.
Cabin One: two full and a twin bed
Cabin Two: queen, full, and a twin bed
Cabin Three: two fulls and two twin beds
Cabin Four: one full and one twin
Cabin Six: one queen and one twin
Cabin Seven: one full and three twins
Cabin Eight: One full and one twin
Cabin Nine: Five full and one twin
Cabin Ten: two full and four twins
Nordic ski, snowshoe, or read by your fire and connect to nature. Returning from the river trail on set tracks
the view of the sporting camp comes into view.
You glide from wilderness to hospitality.
What others say...
Downeast Magazine, Andrew Vietze, Cabin Country
Chronicle on WCVB Channel 5
seg I The Appalachian Mountain Club's lodge-to-lodge network
seg II Exploring the unorganized territory of Maine's Great North Woods
seg III Off-trail thrills with Maineiacs (2:09 West Branch Pond Camps: homeschool and Oscar grooming)
seg iv Live like a modern lumber baron in Maine's backcountry
Boston Channel 5 Chronicle, Moosehead Lake Region.
NY Times, Nancy Harmon Jenkins, The Warmth of Family (Pot Roast Included)
Times Argus, Willem Lange, Yankee Notebook: A perfect escape vehicle
Saveur Magazine, Cynthis Hacinli, Fishing Camp Cooking
Jerry and Marcy Monkman, Camp to Camp skiing in the Maine Woods
NPR, Susan Sharon, Development versus Conservation at Moosehead Lake
Bill Green’s Green Outdoors, Brook Trout Thriving at West Branch Pond Camps
Bill Green’s Green Outdoors, Bill Green checks out Astrophotography.