A unique log cabin community in the Maine woods. Vacation / getaway
cabins for sale. (Sorry, no rentals)
Just think of it, your own lot and log cabin in a state-park style
setting near a river in the woods of Maine to "get away" to. Located in
the town of Harrison, and adjacent to thousands of acres of
undeveloped forest, Big Woods is less than 3 hours from Boston. Big
Woods is located in a very private, quiet, heavily wooded area but it
is within easy reach of many recreational opportunities. One drive
down Big Woods Road and you'll know you've found the perfect
runs from Songo Pond in Bethel to the Songo River in Naples and into
Sebago Lake and is well known to canoeists and fishermen. The beautiful
17 acre Big Woods common area borders 1700 feet of Crooked River, which
includes a small beach. You could actually canoe your way from Big Woods
directly into Sebago Lake.
(The Friendly Village) is conveniently located about half way between
the Atlantic Ocean and the White Mountains. Also, the Naples Causeway,
with its many attractions is only a short drive from Big Woods.
attractions in the area include:
Songo River Queen, Sebago Lake State Park, Songo Locks, Poland Springs,
Oxford Plains Speedway, Oxford Casino, Portland, Area Golf Courses, North Conway NH,
Shawnee Peak Ski Area, Sunday River Ski Area, Many Area Restaurants,
Maine Wildlife Park (Gray Animal Farm), Casco Fish Hatchery, SeaCoast Fun Park, Fryeburg
Fair, L.L.Bean, Many Area Snowmobile Trails, and White Mountain National
Lakes and Ponds Include:
Sebago Lake, Long Lake, Brandy Pond, Trickey Pond, Peabody Pond, Highland
Lake, Parker Pond, Pleasant Lake, Thompson Lake, Tripp Lake, Moose Pond,
Hancock Pond, Bear Pond, Keoka Pond, Panther Pond, Little Sebago Lake,
Beaver Pond, Otter Pond, Stearns Pond, McWain Pond, Foster Pond, Island
Pond, Crystal Lake, Crescent Lake, Woods Pond, Coffee Pond, and Dumpling
and ponds are within a 30 minute drive, many have public access.
in the area include deer, bear, moose, mountain lion, lynx, coyote,
fox, partridge, ducks, geese, woodcock, and turkey.