We are located approximately 15 miles from Mount Katahdin and Baxter State Park.
The cabin is located 2 miles within the deep woods of Northern Maine in southern Aroostook county. We are surrounded by 69,000 acres of prime hunting, fishing, sight seeing and recreation areas.
The main cabin sleeps 11 people, a small separate cabin sleeps 2, and the bunkhouse cabin sleeps 4. After the new addition is comp[leted this winter, the main cabin will sleep 21 people! We also have a washer, dryer, full kitchen with new refrigerator, Pergo floors and a bathroom with a toilet and shower! An AT&T cell phone & wireless computer card can work at the cabin.
- We are the regions most complete outfitter for Allagash and St. John river trips, shuttles, transportation, trip planning, unguided or guided trips, lodging or camping.
- Allagash Guide Service has been providing Maine black bear hunts, Maine deer hunts, Maine grouse hunts and moose hunts or moose antler hunts and vacations to customers for over 30 years. We take great pride in working hard for our customers providing you with the vacation or hunt you have been planning for and dreaming about.
- The Allagash region was established and oriented around several major rivers; The Allagash Waterway, St. John River, Little Black River, St. Francis River, and Big Black. Well, life is still that way, daily activities and recreation continue to be focusedaround the rivers.
- The town of Allagash is located in one of the most rural areas of Maine, it borders on the 3.5 million acre industrial forest lands known as North Maine Woods – there is no shortcut to Allagash. Allagash is famous throughout the eastern United States for its wild rivers and top notch big game hunting.
- The Chewonki Foundation owns Big Eddy Campground located on the West Branch of the Penobscot River in T3R11. Situated just outside Baxter State Park, Big Eddy is considered a world-class site for Landlocked Salmon and has been a destination for fishermen for at least 100 years. The road to Big Eddy is equally stirring. Just beyond Millinocket, the grand Katahdin Range looms on the horizon, and the summits of Doubletop, The Owl, the Brothers, and Mt. O-J-I are all visible on a clear day. It is still possible to see more Moose than cars on an early-morning drive on the Golden Road. Then there’s the river itself, a dark constant cutting through the region’s geology and culture.
Big Eddy remains one of those rare places that seem unchanged by time. Join us for an experience in one of the most spectacular places in New England!