CurreNorthern Pride Lodge presents a unique opportunity to own a well-established, turn-key waterfront North Woods sporting camp or your own personal lakefront getaway. You may choose to host guests for dining, camping and outdoor adventures beginning just outside your front door or entertain family and friends. Just south 18 miles will bring you to the town of Greenville at the head of the fabulous Moosehead Lake. Here you'll find the convenience of shops, social events/opportunities, restaurants, festivals and entertainment. North of the lodge, the pavement ends and traditional Maine adventures begin! Hundreds of miles of unpaved and logging roads will draw you to stunning vistas, native brook trout streams, lakes known for hefty lake trout, outsized brook trout and small mouth bass as well as limitless wilderness hiking, biking, kayaking and camping spots. Embrace the unlimited opportunities to find your peace amongst the abundant wildlife and wild lands. You'll rub elbows with the most wonderful people on earth and share time with moose, deer, bears, lynx, partridge and a whole cast of creatures that will keep you entertained. NPL's season doesn't end in the Fall! Snow season is GO Season! One of the finest snowmobile trails in Maine, ITS 85/86 runs right across the driveway. Snowshoe or cross-country ski through miles of untracked powdery backcountry. You can find the party or find solitude depending on your mood. Just find your way to Northern Pride Lodge in Kokadjo Maine for a true Maine experience and wonderful lifestyle. In addition to tenters, NPL welcomes camper trailers and motorhomes, offering electric hook-up for the campers (21 RV hookups, 3 camp sites, 5 inn rooms). Drinking water is available, as are hot showers and pit toilets. Tenters enjoy soft grassy waterfront sites and they have several sites able to accommodate large trailers or motorhomes. An easily accessible boat launch adjoins the campground, making launching and loading your boat a snap
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