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0 Debsconeag Lake T1 R11 WELS Maine
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Region: Aroostook County
Price: $599,000

Property ID: 1689


Type: Maine Camp
Bed Rooms: 9+
Lot Size: 7.25
Year Built: 1900
Fireplaces: Wood Stove
Views: Maine Lake Views
Waterfront: Fresh Water
Contact: Deb Henderson Broker w/Maine Outdoor Properties Team @Realty of Maine
Phone: 207-852-7577
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Debsconeag Lake Wilderness Camps-

A haven from the outside world where time stands still and nature is your closest neighbor. A remote experience on a pristine watershed where lands in conservation have protected this unique environment to remain forever wild. Debsconeag means “Carrying Place,” named by the Indigenous Penobscot People from whom this region is traditional Homeland. Debsconeag Lake Wilderness Camps is located on 4th Debsconeag on leased land by the State of Maine, Dept of Conservation. The lease is located within an 11,000-acre State Ecological Reserve within the 43,000-acre State of Maine Nahmakanta Public Reserve. The eastern shore of the lake is encompassed within the Nature Conservancy’s 46,000-acre Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area. Baxter State Park to the northeast and other conserved lands to the southwest this is one of the largest fully protected landscapes in the Katahdin Region. The camps date from the early 1900’s with major upgrades completed in the late 1990’s and again in the mid 2000’s. A fully self-sufficient seasonal property with a lodge, six camps, and seven yurts that has been run as a girl’s camp for wilderness adventures since 2006. The camps are the only development allowed on Fourth Debsconeag Lake and the surrounding land is fully conserved in perpetuity. The Debsconeag Backcountry Trail system trailhead is located a mile from the camps and the Appalachian Trail is less than two miles away. Numerous nearby ponds offer remote hike-in fishing experiences for native Brook Trout and Fourth Debsconeag is home to Lake Trout with lesser numbers of Brook Trout. Once known as Pleasant Point Camps for years, 4th Debsconeag offers adventures for all ages, whether it is paddling, fishing, swimming, exploring, or just relaxing.
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